So what were the conclusions of Harrison? Unfortunately there is no official report with detailed information about the results of his research. However, during the analysis of the mummy of Pharaoh Tutankhamun turned out that blood clots were discovered inside the skull, on the bottom of it. These could be a result of a hematoma between meninges. Notable was the fact that the clot was covered with a calcified layer.
We can see many dancing scenes on the walls of tombs, which accompanied celebrations, feasts, religious rituals and funereal ceremonies. Dance was also a part of everyday entertainment. When somebody began to dance, the others join him or her spontaneously. Except the dance of wide classes more exacting dance also existed – a gymnastic dance that included more difficult almost acrobatic elements, which required extensive physical fitness, flexibility and long-term training.