As Alecto said with further experiment, Amycus. Experimentation can be quite beneficial and from the ton of research I've done I think Alecto may have just found us a treasure trove.
Amycus the fact that is called a mummy has nothing to do with details of its gender but because of the the blackened skin, bitumen was once thought to be used extensively in ancient Egyptian embalming procedures. Bitumen beginning the key word was borrowed from the Persian word mum which in English translates to mumia or mummia which would later be called simple mummy. Simple as apple pie!
Maybe he was bold previously. I haven't seen the body yet so I can't discern they the hair stopped growing after death.
Don't touch it Amy. If you break even one metacarpal bone off of that mummy before I get to exam it so help me I'll break something off you that can't be magicked back on!
I haven't found it yet but when I do I'll tell you. Looking for Narcissa now.