Her family had buried her in a lead coffin inside a limestone sarcophagus.
The two coffins kept out the air and helped to preserve her bones. The
museum's experts have learnt a lot about her by analysing her remains.
From the skull and pelvic bones we know she was female. When she died she
was probably 20-25 years old.
From the length of her leg bones we think she was about 164cm tall.
Tests on the chemicals in her teeth suggest she grew up somewhere warm. Her
DNA is like that of people in modern Spain.
She was buried with cloth made of wool, silk
and gold thread. Only these tiny fragments survived.
This cloth, the two coffins and the ornaments
buried with her suggest her family was rich.