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The Mummipedia Fandom Wiki website seems to list almost every kind of mummy one might imagine. The object of mummification is to protect the physical remains of a body in its earthly form. In the case of ancient Egyptian mummies, the state of protection goes further when it comes to humans. The object is to preserve the internal organs separately to the main motivational body (skeleton and muscles), using chemicals and spices. Such that, the whole when brought together, constituted the physical remains of a person when they were alive on earth.


The more important the person, the more their body was treated, to include furnishing them with all they might need for a pleasant after-life - life after death. This often included a giant edifice like a Pyramid, and a Solar Boat.


In terms of archaeology, this practice gives a geneticist a fair chance of recovering DNA from which to be able to identify the subject. In terms of cloning, the quality of the DNA determines how successful replication might be, without the need for excessive genome patching and splicing, using super computers.















'Cleopatra - The Mummy' is the proposed sequel to 'Kulo-Luna.' Kulo-Luna, the first script of the John Storm franchise (for which a draft is available to studios and actor's agents). The John Storm franchise is a series of ocean awareness adventures, featuring the incredible solar powered trimaran: Elizabeth Swann. Cleopatra The Mummy, could be the pilot, with Kulo-Luna, or Treasure Island the prequel or sequel. The order of production could be to suit identified gaps in entertainment, in any particular year. Equally, the trilogy, could be adapted for network television. Examples of which is Blood and Treasure for Cleopatra, and BBC's Atlantis, inspired by Greek mythology as a city doomed to be submerged.



BBC TV, Atlantis television series 2013







Queen Cleopatra's royal barge, last of the Pharoahs      Egyptian royal barge, sails and oars for propulsion



Queen Cleopatra's royal barge, last of the Pharaoh queens









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