Xin Zhui

Xin Zhui

Xin Zhui was a Chinese noblewoman who died in 163 B.C. When her body was discovered in 1971, it was remarkably preserved. She was preserved in an unknown fluid, which allowed her skin to remain soft and moist. Her muscles still allowed for arms and legs to flex at the joints, with all organs and blood vessels intact.

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