By Craig Sailor
The News Tribune
About 2,600 years ago, a man named Ankh-Wennefer lived in the Egyptian city of Akhmim. He raised at least one son, served as the second prophet in the temple of Min, and upon his death was given funereal customs the average person of his day couldn’t afford...
Washington State History Museum exhibits more than the mummy
Saturday, January 29, 2011 11:00 PM