In 2003 the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University, Atlanta, returned an ancient mummy to the Egyptian nation. The Emory Museum had purchased the mummy in 1999 from a businessman who had bought it from the Niagara Falls Museum in Ontario, Canada.
The Canadian museum probably acquired the mummy in the 1860s from a doctor who illegally smuggled it and other artifacts out of Egypt. There is reason to believe that the returned body is that of Ramses I, the pharaoh who founded Egypt's powerful 19th Dynasty. None of the other mummies that Emory University owns were returned.
Using your textbook and some Google searching, investigate the following questions about the homecoming of the possible Ramses I. (Remember that Ramses I can also be spelled as Ramesses I or Rameses I, and that he should not be confused with his grandson, Ramses II "The Great").