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Archaeologists defile the tomb of mummified Kharis, who was buried alive for falling in love with an Egyptian princess.
The large impressive tomb set was originally built for Universal's "Green Hell" and appeared again in other Universal features.
The High Priest: Bring three of them. Three of the leaves will make enough fluid to keep Kharis's heart beating. Once each night, during the cycle of the full moon, you will dissolve three tana leaves and give the fluid to Kharis.
The High Priest: Children of the night, ...
The film explains in some detail how the mummy Kharis is kept alive by administering a brew of Tana leaves each month on the full moon. The leaves are kept in a sacred box, containing at most a few hundred leaves. This simply would not be enough to have kept Kharis alive since antiquity, given that at least one leaf each month would be required for at least three thousand years.