In November 2014, Angkorian-era statue heads were found under half a metre of soil – two intact and one broken. The heads were found at Banteay Chhmar temple, which comprises one of the most important but least understood archaeological complexes from Cambodia's Angkor period. At the end of October, the same excavation team discovered a human skeleton at the temple’s south entrance.
In 1885, miners discovered the mummified remains of woman measuring 6 feet 8 inches tall holding an infant. The mummies were found in a cave behind a wall of rock in the Yosemite Valley. This mummy is now in Ripley’s believe it or not Orlando Museum.