The face of Seti I is one of the most well preserved in all of Ancient Egyptian history.

He died 3,298 years ago and ruled when Egypt was at one of its most affluent peaks. He was the father of one of the most famous pharaohs of all time, Ramesses II. The greatest pharaoh of all time.

When he died, Egyptian Mummification was at its absolute peak of perfection.

He is often regarded as the most well-preserved mummy in the world. It really shows.