Touching the past: encountering Iron Age bog bodies
Bog bodies are particularly potent archaeological discoveries, representing the recognisable faces of people from the past. Why were so many of these figures consigned to watery graves during the Bronze and Iron Ages, and what are scientific advances adding to our understanding of these enigmatic individuals? Current Archaeology’s Carly Hilts explores thought-provoking recent research by Melanie Giles.
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