MNHA (The National Museum of History and Art) was a museum in Luxembourg city. I was most impressed by its human remains exhibition. It exhibited the nun remains and bodies from all over the world (such as mummified monk in Asia).
I was most impressed by a female body which was discovered in a dessert in South America. Her long hair was tied into a braid and softly drop down. She looked like she was just sleeping and would wake up at any minute. Human remains usually would have a terrify impression but she gave me a graceful and soft impression.
The museum said we can know the customs, environment and geography situation of the bodies’ time. The braid body was believed that she came from lower class. She had 2 kids in her arms. Mother(?) and kids died together in a dessert. She might have a poor life and was a nameless person in her life time but her remains was national famous after a thousand years. She would probably sigh and said, ‘This is life,’ if she knew that in the underworld.