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They were the first complete predynastic bodies to be discovered.
Two were identified as male and one as female, with the others being of undetermined gender.
The bodies were given to the British Museum in 1900.
The well-preserved bodies were excavated at the end of the nineteenth century by Wallis Budge, the British Museum Keeper for Egyptology, from shallow sand graves near Gebelein (modern name Naga el-Gherira) in the Egyptian desert.
Budge excavated all the bodies from the same grave site.