(aka ThenHotep) is a Third Intermediate Period
mummy now owned by the Kentucky Louisville Science Center
. It was brought to America during the 1904 World's Fair
in St. Louis Egyptian exhibit. It was purchhased after the exhibit by the Lt. Governor of Kentucky, Samuel Thruston Ballard
to be put on display at the Louisville Free Public Library Museum. In 1937, a flood damaged many museum exhibits including the mummy, which was crushed under a piano. It was eventually restored to the viewing public. In 1977, the mummy was relocated to the Louisville Science Center
for display. In 2000, the mummy was placed in the museums collections storage area until 2005. During that time, it was analyzed by the Louisville Baptist Hospital East
, where it was discovered that the heart and brain had not been removed. The resulting studies were made public for the museums exhibition release entitled the "World Around Us".
No further identification of the mummy has been possible at this time.