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Natural mummification is rare, requiring specific conditions to occur, but it has produced some of the oldest known mummies. The most famous ancient mummy is [[Ötzi the Iceman]], frozen in a [[glacier]] in the [[Ötztal Alps]] around 3300 BC and found in 1991. Also in the [[Umbria]] region mummies were discovered in 1805<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.aziendeumbre.it/html/view_mummie.ferentillo.grotte.terni.umbria.html |title=Museo le mummie di Ferentillo a Terni in Umbria, corpi mummificati nelle grotte di ferentillo Terni Umbria. con gli agriturismi consigliati per una visita alle Mummie di Ferentillo |publisher=Aziendeumbre.it |accessdate=9 March 2012}}</ref> in [[Ferentillo]]. These are twenty natural mummies, the most ancient of which dates four centuries and the most recent is from the 19th century. During the late 1600s, a number of mummies began to be discovered in Venzone, Italy. The exact method of their preservation - although it remains a mystery even today - is known to somehow be naturally-caused.<ref>{{cite book |last1=Aufderheide |first1=Arthur C. |title=The Scientific Study of Mummies |publisher=Cambridge University Press |year=2003 |origyear=1st. Pub. 2003 |pages=193–194|isbn=0521818265}}</ref>
 
Natural mummification is rare, requiring specific conditions to occur, but it has produced some of the oldest known mummies. The most famous ancient mummy is [[Ötzi the Iceman]], frozen in a [[glacier]] in the [[Ötztal Alps]] around 3300 BC and found in 1991. Also in the [[Umbria]] region mummies were discovered in 1805<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.aziendeumbre.it/html/view_mummie.ferentillo.grotte.terni.umbria.html |title=Museo le mummie di Ferentillo a Terni in Umbria, corpi mummificati nelle grotte di ferentillo Terni Umbria. con gli agriturismi consigliati per una visita alle Mummie di Ferentillo |publisher=Aziendeumbre.it |accessdate=9 March 2012}}</ref> in [[Ferentillo]]. These are twenty natural mummies, the most ancient of which dates four centuries and the most recent is from the 19th century. During the late 1600s, a number of mummies began to be discovered in Venzone, Italy. The exact method of their preservation - although it remains a mystery even today - is known to somehow be naturally-caused.<ref>{{cite book |last1=Aufderheide |first1=Arthur C. |title=The Scientific Study of Mummies |publisher=Cambridge University Press |year=2003 |origyear=1st. Pub. 2003 |pages=193–194|isbn=0521818265}}</ref>
   
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[[File:Brno CZ Crypt at the Capuchin Monastery 02.jpg|thumb|200px|Mummified bodies in the crypt of the Capuchin monastery in [[Brno]].]]
 
[[File:Brno CZ Crypt at the Capuchin Monastery 02.jpg|thumb|200px|Mummified bodies in the crypt of the Capuchin monastery in [[Brno]].]]
 
About 30 bodies are preserved at the ''Kapucínská Krypta'' ("[[Order of Friars Minor Capuchin|Capuchin]] crypt") in [[Brno]], including that of [[Baron Franz von der Trenck]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.brnoinfo.com/capuchin-monastery/|title=''Capuchin Monastery and Vault''|publisher=Brno Tourist Information|accessdate=9 June 2011}}</ref> Natural ventilation is thought to be responsible for the desiccation and preservation of the bodies. The oldest corpse is Kuneš James Rosenthal, who died in 1658.<ref>{{Cz icon}} {{cite web|url=http://www.kapucini.cz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9:hrobkainfo&catid=6:hrobka&Itemid=10|title=''Kapucínská hrobka''|publisher=Řád menších bratří kapucínů|accessdate=9 June 2011}}</ref>
 
About 30 bodies are preserved at the ''Kapucínská Krypta'' ("[[Order of Friars Minor Capuchin|Capuchin]] crypt") in [[Brno]], including that of [[Baron Franz von der Trenck]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.brnoinfo.com/capuchin-monastery/|title=''Capuchin Monastery and Vault''|publisher=Brno Tourist Information|accessdate=9 June 2011}}</ref> Natural ventilation is thought to be responsible for the desiccation and preservation of the bodies. The oldest corpse is Kuneš James Rosenthal, who died in 1658.<ref>{{Cz icon}} {{cite web|url=http://www.kapucini.cz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9:hrobkainfo&catid=6:hrobka&Itemid=10|title=''Kapucínská hrobka''|publisher=Řád menších bratří kapucínů|accessdate=9 June 2011}}</ref>
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