The excavation was essentially done by Grethe Hojgaard who initially found him. No idea on how long it took thought to fully get him out.
There was a cord wrapped around his , this was used to strangle him.
Iron has it’s roots in the Proto-Indo-European *h?esh?r? meaning”blood”, so named because of it’s tendency toward a red color whensmelted and due to rusting. It’s chemical symbol Fe comes from it’sLatin name ferrum.
As the Celts spanned the majority of Western Europe before the Romans took their land and intergrated them into their empire (with varying degrees of success), they would have been aware of certain items that could be used as seasoning. READ MORE
It is believed he did but no one can be sure. it is a story thatthe neck ring was a present to the goddess of spring
The reason these metals and alloys had ages named after them was because of their importance in making weapons and tools. Copper alone was not much good for making swords because it is too soft. Copper swords kept bending. You READ MORE
how long did tollund man live for please tell me because i want to know its my homework and i need that ansew quickly for school please do what i say please
The Tollund Man was discovered when two men, Viggo and Emil Hojgaard, were digging peat. They first found his head, then they called the police, who then dug up his entire body, and to this day, it is still talked READ MORE