Death>Last meal> Tollund Man's last meal was some kind of porridge or gruel. In connection with the examinations in 1950, the forensic examiner removed the Tollund Man's stomach and intestines. Most of his last meal had passed through the stomach and moved into the small intestine. Based on these facts the examiners were able to conclude that he must have eaten somewhere in between 12 and 24 hours before he died. The stomach contents were passed on to a specialist in plants from the Iron…
Neolithic pile dwellings in the Alps by Knut Maibaum
Felling trees at a Slavic Gord around 970 CE by Flemming Bau
Høst af tagrør, sen bronzealder, Brandenburg – Schilfernte, Spätbronzezeit, Brandenburg – Reed harvest, Late Bronze Age, Brandenburg
This is a small part a huge panorama for the the animated Panorama in the archeological exhibition at museum Castelum Hoge Woerd. Super fun to do!
Benoît Clarys - Merovingian Burial
Ceremonial procession at the Avebury Stone Circle shrine during the 3rd Millennium BCE by Ivan Lapper
Landsby og marker, Båndkeramisk Kultur – Dorf und Felder, Bandkeramische Kultur – Village and Fields, Band Ceramic Culture