This video is called Unknown Man ‘E’: The Most Mysterious Mummy in the World (Ancient Egypt History Documentary).
From Archaeology magazine:
Vascular Prints Discovered in Egyptian Mummy’s Skull
Monday, September 29, 2014
BARCELONA, SPAIN—Imprints from the blood vessels surrounding the brain have been found inside the skull of a 2,000-year-old mummy from Egypt’s Kom al-Ahmar/Sharuna necropolis. The inside of the man’s skull had been coated with a preservative during the mummification process that captured the extremely fragile structures with “exquisite anatomical details,” Albert Isidro of the Hospital Universitari Sagrat Cor told Live Science.
The brain was usually removed by Egyptian embalmers. “The conditions in this case must have been quite extraordinary,” Isidro and his team explained. Their complete report has been published in the journal Cortex. For more on recent research into Egyptian mummies, see ARCHAEOLOGY’s news brief “Well Preserved Mummies Found in the Valley of the Kings.”
CT scans show first X-rayed mummy in new light. Images reveal how far radiography has come in 120 years. By Helen Thompson, 8:00am, October 5, 2016: here.
It is likely to be one of the oldest prosthetic devices in human history: Together with other experts, Egyptologists have reexamined an artificial wooden big toe. The find is almost 3000 years old and was discovered in a female burial from the necropolis of Sheikh ´Abd el-Qurna close to Luxor. This area is currently being studied using state-of-the-art methods: here.
Modern tech unravels mysteries of Egyptian mummy portraits. A new exhibit explores the science of ancient funeral paintings: here.
Experiments at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) are casting a new light on Egyptian soil and ancient mummified bone samples that could provide a richer understanding of daily life and environmental conditions thousands of years ago: here.