A few months ago we told you about Hen, a 2,000-year-old mummy housed at the Cazenovia Public Library.

In December, Hen underwent CT scans and a biopsy to find out what kind of tumor he had, and some results are in.

Scientists say they haven't been able to determine the type of tumor just yet, but here's what they did learn.

They found what they believe to be an artifact in the shape of a scarab near Hen's knee close to the tumor.

Ancient Egyptians believed scarabs would bring good health or luck. 

Hen also had an extremely high arch in his feet and hammer toe deformities. 

There were some traces of calcium in his lungs which may indicate Hen had tuberculosis. 

Researchers still have a lot of questions.

"We've almost gone as far as we can, but there's a little further we can go," said Dr. Mark Levinsohn, a retired Crouse Hospital Radiologist. "We're still looking at the histology and the histologist are still scanning slides trying to get a handle on the diseases he may have had based upon those biopsies." 

Scientists are sending muscle samples to Switzerland for genetic testing.