Bodies in the Bog and the Archaeological Imagination
Known for his red hair, day-old stubble, and uncannily preserved two-thousand-year-old physique, Tollund Man—a mummified body discovered in 1950s Denmark—was an instant archaeological sensation. But he was not the first of his kind: recent history has resurrected from northern Europe’s bogs several men, women, and children who were deposited there as sacrifices in the ear
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This is not helpful in regards of being an introductory text to bog bodies - which is what I'd been looking for here. But it is an interesting - although sometimes feels very stretched (thinking especially in regards to the chapter on erotic digging, which descends into some rather uncomfortable territory a ...more