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A masters student's journey through the world of Ancient Egypt, Ancient History and Academia.

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Henry VIII May Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries – Archaeology Magazine

Salardini and his team argue that traumatic brain injury offers a better explanation for Henry’s memory problems, explosive anger, inability to control impulses, headaches, insomnia, and perhaps even impotence than other ailments that have been suggested, such as syphilis, diabetes, and Cushing Syndrome.

via Henry VIII May Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries – Archaeology Magazine.

Mutated gene associated with colon cancer discovered in 18th-century Hungarian mummy – HeritageDaily – Heritage & Archaeology News.

Earliest Case Of Scurvy In Ancient Egypt Detected By Archaeologists – Forbes.

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