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The two corpses share a Y chromosome that can only be passed down from a father. This led the experts to believe the stillborn baby was the son of Winstrup's son.
The foetus of a boy placed in the coffin could thus be the grandson of the bishop. Bishop of Lund Peder Pedersen Winstrup, of the Churches of Sweden and Denmark, died in 1679.
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But what they found is pretty mind-blowing. At a university in Sweden, an ancient mummified corpse is seeing the light of day for the third time in nearly 350 years. But as scientists scan the… Lundabiskopen Peder Winstrup (1605-1679) var både en dogmatisk lutheransk kyrkofurste men också en nyfiken vetenskapsman med intresse för historia och naturv 2016-10-25 · Bishop Peder Winstrup’s mummified remains rested quietly for 350 years at the cathedral crypt in Lund, Sweden.
Bishop Peder Winstrup was a prominent Lutheran church member in 17th century Scandinavia and was buried in 1679 in a crypt at Lund Cathedral, Sweden. Now, DNA analysis reveals the child was most likely the bishop’s stillborn grandson who probably died following a miscarriage around six months into pregnancy.
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