Some articles on bog bodies, bodies, bog, bogs:
... scientist Alfred Dieck estimated that there were over 1,860 known bog bodies in Europe ... Don Brothwell considers that many of the older bodies need re-examining with modern techniques, such as those used in the analysis of Lindow Man ... The study of bog bodies, including these found in Lindow Moss, have contributed to a wider understanding of well-preserved human remains, helping to develop new methods in analysis and investigation ...
... The principal locations where bog bodies have been discovered are the Northern European countries of Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Ireland and especially Denmark ... The oldest of these bodies dates to about 3500 BC, although the majority of specimens in Denmark are from the Pre-Roman Iron Age to Roman Iron Age era (about 500 BC to AD 400) ... As of 2006 more than 700 ancient bodies have been discovered in these sites, although other estimates have placed the number in the thousands ...
... This is a list of bog bodies in order of the country in which they were discovered ... Bog bodies, or bog people are the naturally preserved corpses of humans and some animals recovered from peat bogs ... The bodies have been most commonly found in the Northern European countries of Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and Ireland ...
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