otzi the iceman

In 1991, the mummified body of a 5,000-year-old murder victim was discovered in melting ice at a rock-gully crime scene high in the Italian Otzal Alps. Nicknamed "Otzi", the estimated 45-year-old man and his possessions were incredibly well preserved.
Italian researches were shocked to find another tattoo on the ancient iceman Ötzi, bringing his total number of tats to 61.
The find raises to 61 the number of Ötzi's known tattoos, and it came as a big surprise. A map showing Ötzi's mummified body
"We were very surprised that he had a very strong disposition for cardiovascular disease," said study co-author Albert Zink
Ötzi may be the most well-studied Neolithic man ever discovered. He was astonishingly well preserved when he was uncovered
Ötzi the Iceman, Europe's oldest mummy, likely suffered a head injury before he died roughly 5,300 years ago, according to a new protein analysis of his brain tissue.
The study was focused on proteins found in two brain samples from Ötzi, recovered with the help of a computer-controlled
The study was published in the April 2013 issue of European Journal of Oral Sciences. "The loss of the periodontium has always
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