Scientists heard the voice of Egypt’s thousands of years ancient mutilated body. The experiment was conducted at the Royal Royal Holloway in the United Kingdom.
Scientists say they have fulfilled their desire to revive after the death of a 3000-year-old Egyptian monk. This was made possible when they created an artificial form of the voice tract contained in his mummified body or mummy and duplicated his voice.
Scientist believe, This Egyptian monk must have lived during the 11th period of the Pharaoh of Ramzez. The period was politically unstable from 1099 to 1069 BC
Experts say this is the first such experiment of its kind, In which the voice of a dead man is reproduced in artificial ways. Researchers hope that with the help of computers and technology in the future, they will be able to form whole sentences with such artificial approach.
The experiment was conducted at the Royal Holloway in the UK, which included researchers from the University of London, the University of York and the Leeds Museum.
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