It is discovered in the 400th year after death, the mummy of the head of the god named Henry IV lost during the French Revolution

King of FranceHenry IV(1553-1610) is the King of the SunLouis XIVHe was the grandfather of the Bourbon first-generation king, striving to harmonize Catholicism with Protestantism,Decree of NantesReligious war that lasted nearly 40 years by issuingHuguenot WarIt is known that it ended.

It is popular among citizens since reigning, still being one of the most popular kings of French 's successive monarch called "Henri Henri" "Henri Huang", after being assassinated in 1610 The buried body which was subjected to antiseptic treatment was lost when the royal tomb was opened in the French Revolution. It seems that the mummified neck which the collector possessed was identified as belonging to Henry IV himself.

Details are as below.There are pictures of mummies so please be careful when viewingMummified head is skull of Henri IV, say historians - Telegraph

Multidisciplinary medical identification of a French king's head (Henri IV) - Charlier et al. 341 -

On May 14, 1610, Henry IV who was stabbed by a fanatic Catholic who was riding a carriage. The remains were subjected to antiseptic treatment and the tomb of the royal family of FranceSaint-Denis CathedralWhen the tomb of the royal family was revealed in 1793 during the French Revolution period and the bodies were buried together in a big hole, the head of Henry IV who was still popular as a name even then at that time was buried in It is said that it was carried away by followers.

Henry IV who had converted from Protestantism to Catholic for political reasons but issued a declaration of Nantes that Protestantly grants rights equivalent to Catholicism. It is stabbed by fanatical Catholics in 1610.

It was in 1919 that the head of Henry IV who had been missing for more than 100 years appeared again in history. Joseph-Emile Bourdais, an antique dealer who purchased his neck at the auction house, is convinced that his head belongs to Henry IV, and while exhibiting his neck in a glass case and opening it for a fee to visitors, he enthusiastically portraits and sculptures I tried to prove that it was the one of Henry IV himself compared with the photograph of the neck taken by himself. However, he tried to donate his neck to the Louvre, but he seems to have been refused.

After that the neck went to the collector's hands and was sleeping in the individual's collection for 60 years, but Jean-Pierre Babelon, a historian who studies Henry IV, and the body said to be Joan of Arc, are fake It was decided this time by a team of 19 experts including Mr. Philippe Charlier, a forensic scientist known for proving that there was. The name of the current owner is not revealed.

Here is that mummy.

Henry IV who is said to have been quite a beautiful man. A part of the beard remained in the mummy, but it was said that the sample of DNA that was sufficiently damaged and was not enough to expertise with descendants was obtained. However, through examination of various methods, experts are confident that this mummy belongs to Henry IV.

The digitally reconstructed face from data such as the skeleton of the mummy by CT is exactly like the portrait of Henry IV.

A diagram (left) overlaid with the skeleton of the mummy and a desmask shaped just after the death of Henry IV and a figure (right) with the image of the skeleton superimposed on the statue of Henry IV.

Characteristic nose hooks also match.

You can also check the holes for earlobe earrings.

Besides this, features such as sword injuries received on attempted assassination matched, as the royal family of France at the time of burial, special antiseptic methods and chemicals used were recorded Due to agreement, age agreement etc, experts are saying that "99% surely" that this mummy is definitely the one of Henry IV.

Saint-Denis CathedralThe bodies of the successive kings who became joggy at the time of the French Revolution are still buried all together, but it may be possible to identify each one of them again and re-bury them not.

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