Scientists discover what is written in ancient Egyptian papyri from Tubtunis

An international team of scientists has finally read the ancient papyri from Tubtunis. The valuable documents are held at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.

It turns out that the scrolls talk about medicine. One of the scrolls, about 3,500 years old, describes the structure of the human body, including the functioning of the kidneys. This is revolutionary information, because it was previously thought that the Egyptians had no information about this internal organ and its purpose.

Another papyrus specifies how to confirm a pregnancy and also describes the technology for determining the sex of an unborn child.

These documents prove that the ancient Egyptians knew much more about medicine than is commonly thought.

Medical translation services in Minsk.