a lot of forensics can be done on the wrapping and binding "string"
we can learn
material -An exam under a scope will tell where the fabric material originated from. (especially if its wool since the type of sheep breeds all have specific "hand an count"
type f weaving--The pueblo were some of the first Amerinds with a style of weaving and the fabric can be dated by the pr inch count and ply.. Also, ppeiods of history (like the Bosque Redondo interments) led to changes in Navajo weaving.
Age of the weaving--C14 of a seris of patches of material.
Any dyes or liquid annoints--though not a routine, certain populations covered their dead with kinds of "cosmetics" made of red clay, or berry juice, cochineal bugs and fat.
that covering will be studied to death.
I just have a suspicion that the wrapping is kinda not fitting how folks of the early woods interred each other.
Maybe its Spanih or French