I am watching some videos of a UK based show "History Cold Case" and there was an episode with the mummified remains of a child (of around eight) who appears to have been sold as a medical cadaver before it was made legal. There is at least a possibility that he was murdered for this use as well.
The team argued, once their found out its probable history if they should tern it to the collection, exhibit as a example of these practices, or bury the mummy. Ultimately, they decided to bury the body
What are opinions on the ethical treatment of human corpses? Obviously, most of us probably feel that the person does not care. Now, obviousy, while the family is still alive that should be considered as well.