Bones

Bones (2005)

3 mistakes in A Night at the Bones Museum

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A Night at the Bones Museum - S5-E5

Factual error: Hodgins makes a remark about the mummy wrappings being for an important person because it is a diamond weave pattern. However, the diamond weave pattern didn't come into effect until the Greco-Roman period that began at 332 B.C. It certainly wouldn't be found in an 18th dynasty mummy, no matter how important he was.

A Night at the Bones Museum - S5-E5

Factual error: Hodgins says that natron was a naturally drying agent, which was used in the second century B.C. This is both wrong and right. While it is true that natron was used for mummification, it was used for thousands of years in Egyptian culture, not just the second century B.C.

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A Night at the Bones Museum - S5-E5

Continuity mistake: The mummy is in direct sunlight with no shadows on him when Cam first walks up to examine him. When Bones and Booth walk up to him, a few seconds later, the right side of his face is in the shadows. (00:04:00)

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