Xin Zhui or Lady of Dai
Was the wife of Li Chang (Marquis of Dai, Han Dynasty). She didn’t really become all that well known until 2,000 years after her death. Her body was found within a tomb in Changsha Hunan, China. Her body was extremely well preserved. She was wrapped in 20 layers of fine silk, submerged in an “elixir of immortality" ,encased in FOUR coffins which were sorrounded by FIVE TONS of charcoal; all of this 50 feet under-ground.
Her body is considered one of the best preserved bodies (I wonder why), as her skin was soft and moist when found, her arms and legs were still flexible, organs still in-tact, AND her blood was still liquefied.