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List of unnamed Vulcans of the distant past.

Emissaries Edit

Around the 4th century, these emissaries were sent by logical Vulcans to propose peace to their warring opponents, but were killed. Others came after them, which eventually led to lasting peace. A recreation of Surak told James T. Kirk this story while he and Spock were on Excalbia. (TOS: "The Savage Curtain")

These Vulcans were only mentioned in dialogue.

Kov's family Edit

Kov's family spanned at least fifteen generations, according to his father, who told him that he had brought shame to them all because of his choice to become a V'tosh ka'tur. (ENT: "Fusion")

These fifteen generations of ancestors were only mentioned in dialogue.

Mummies in P'Jem catacombs Edit

Four individuals including Master Haadok were mummified and placed in the catacombs beneath the monastery at P'Jem. (ENT: "The Andorian Incident")

Haadok was identified as the mummy Trip Tucker almost ran into. The three others are pictured here.
The mummies were made out of carved foam, wrapped in gauze, and mounted on wooden backboards. They were originally for rent at a Hollywood prop rental company and acquired by Michael Westmore, who modified them with the addition of Vulcan ears. Two were later sold off at the 40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection at Christie's. [1] All of them were re-used before to appear as the Vulcan mummies seen in the fourth season episode "Awakening". ("The Andorian Incident", text commentary, ENT Season 1 DVD special feature)
The prop section of the call sheet also lists four mummies to appear in this scene.

Mummies in T'Karath Sanctuary catacombs Edit

A number of individuals were mummified and placed in the catacombs beneath T'Karath Sanctuary in Vulcan's Forge. These included Kolinahr master T'Klaas, and at least seven other Vulcans. (ENT: "Awakening")

These mummies were re-used and appeared previously as the Vulcan mummies seen in the first season episode "The Andorian Incident". ("The Andorian Incident", text commentary, ENT Season 1 DVD special feature)
The mummy of T'Klaas was said to be 1,800 years old; the others might date from the same general period. The latest possible date for their death was presumably just before the abandonment of the Sanctuary, said to be several centuries before the 22nd century.
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