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Lindow

Lindow

Thirty years ago, a peat cutter working in the Cheshire countryside spotted what he thought was a piece of wood trundling along a conveyor belt.  Tasked with the job of keeping the belt free of debris, he threw it away, but as it hit the ground, the dirt fell from it and the remains of a human leg lay in the summer sun.

The mysterious man from the moss

Thirty years ago, a peat cutter working in the Cheshire countryside spotted what he thought was a piece of wood trundling along a conveyor belt. Tasked with the job of keeping the belt free of debris, he threw it away, but as it hit the ground, the dirt fell from it and the remains of a human leg lay in the summer sun.

Lindow Man: The Discovery of Lindow Man...The body is one of four sets of ancient human remains found in Lindow Moss, a peat bog situated in Cheshire, UK. It was discovered in August 1984 when a human foot was found in a block of cut peat. The rest of the body was found back on the Moss. It was initially believed that they could be the remains of a murdered woman. However, analysis at Macclesfield hospital established them as ancient. Lindow Man as he became known was ruled to be of

Lindow Man: The Discovery of Lindow Man...The body is one of four sets of ancient human remains found in Lindow Moss, a peat bog situated in Cheshire, UK. It was discovered in August 1984 when a human foot was found in a block of cut peat. The rest of the body was found back on the Moss. It was initially believed that they could be the remains of a murdered woman. However, analysis at Macclesfield hospital established them as ancient. Lindow Man as he became known was ruled to be of

The Childlike Empress

The Childlike Empress

The violent death of the 'Worsley Man' shares chilling similarities with the famous Lindow Man, whose preserved body was found in a Cheshire peat bog in 1984. Tests suggest the Lindow man, who lived around 150 years earlier, had also been beaten, garrotted and had his throat slit... such a nasty way to go...

The violent death of the 'Worsley Man' shares chilling similarities with the famous Lindow Man, whose preserved body was found in a Cheshire peat bog in 1984. Tests suggest the Lindow man, who lived around 150 years earlier, had also been beaten, garrotted and had his throat slit... such a nasty way to go...

Lindow-Man-eg of Celtic human sacrifice discovd in bog near Manchester 1984-on display in British Museum- legs & pelvis missing, leaving chest, head & arms-died between 2 BC & 119. Threefold death began w 3 blows to head, followd by incision into throat w knife to drain blood. Lastly garrote, found embedded in neck, to asphyixiate & break neck-cast face down into already mature bog at Lindow Moss, symbolic drowning-highly indicative of ritual slaying.

Lindow-Man-eg of Celtic human sacrifice discovd in bog near Manchester 1984-on display in British Museum- legs & pelvis missing, leaving chest, head & arms-died between 2 BC & 119. Threefold death began w 3 blows to head, followd by incision into throat w knife to drain blood. Lastly garrote, found embedded in neck, to asphyixiate & break neck-cast face down into already mature bog at Lindow Moss, symbolic drowning-highly indicative of ritual slaying.

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Lindow Man picture does not relate to the following article about Bog People http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/medialibrary/documents/respect/bog_bodies_representing_the_dead.pdf

Lindow Man picture does not relate to the following article about Bog People http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/medialibrary/documents/respect/bog_bodies_representing_the_dead.pdf

Hombre de Lindow - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Hombre de Lindow - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

lindow man - YouTube

lindow man - YouTube

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