Oldest Ice Body


Oldest Ice Body

In September 1991, the preserved remains of a Neolithic man were discovered, 5,300 years after he had died, by two hikers on a melting glacier in the Tyrolean Alps the mummy was named and his belongings have given a new insight into the technology and culture of central Europe some 5,000 years ago.

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