A Virginia museum is using modern technology to unwrap the story behind 1 of the earliest surviving Egyptian mummies. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts last week borrowed a CT scan to examine the 4,000-year-old mummy; only a handful of mummies from the time period have been studied using the technology. The mummy underwent a CT scan in 1986, but newer equipment will provide greater detail of the body. It also will allow the information to be used to create a 3-D digital model and even reconstruct the mummy’s face. Experts hope the scan will help piece together more information about the mummy itself, as well as a better understanding of the early history of the mummification process.