Nothing like this exists, at least as far as I know, anywhere else. I am aware of mummies in Egypt, the Ice Man in Bolzano, Italy and some Incan mummies in Peru. And are they on display in glass cases? These mummies, however, are rather recent dating from around the turn of the century, 1900 that is. Remember that these mummies were totally unintentional because the "dry" air and certain substances in the soil that delayed decomposition. They were removed because no one had paid the "rent" on the burial space which were mausoleum vaults. Only a few were in a casket and placed in the ground. So it's all very confusing to me. Why are they so well preserved if they weren't in the soil and the air is not so very dry?
This gentleman had a full beard that is still present. He's in remarkably good shape for a dead man.