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The Life and Death of Lindow Man

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The role of archaeology and scientific examinations in revealing information about the life and death of Lindow Man. What they reveal about the society he lived within, his status within that society and the nature of his death.

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Bog bodies Iron Age Britain Lindow Man Death Prehistoric Europe Germanic paganism Human sacrifice Archaeology Lindow Ásynjur Sól Bog LINDOW MAN
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Bog bodies Iron Age Britain Lindow Man Death Prehistoric Europe Germanic paganism Human sacrifice Archaeology Lindow Ásynjur Sól Bog LINDOW MAN
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CT Scans, Radiocarbon dating and electron microscopy are scientific and archaeological methods that have assisted in reconstructing Lindow Man’s life. These methods are therefore significant in reconstructing aspects of Lindow Man’s past including the society he lived in, his status within that society, and also the nature of his death. Archaeological and scientific examinations can reveal the time period in which Lindow Man lived in and traits about the society. Lindow Man was discovered in a peat bog, Lindow Moss, in Cheshire England in 1984. Radiocarbon dating reveals that Lindow Man died between 2 BC and AD 199, from this information, as well as the location of his remains, it suggests that Lindow Man lived in a Celtic society. This technique is dates based on the principle...
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