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Gallagh Man, 400-200 B.C. Found in County Galway, Ireland in 1821. He was discovered lying on his left side, draped in a skin cape. Beneath the cape he was naked. Whether he once wore linen clothes that have disappeared over time is unclear. He was anchored to the peat with two long wooden stakes, and around his neck was a band of willow rods likely used to strangle him. He was roughly 25 years old at the time.
Gallagh Man - was discovered in a bog in Ireland in 1821. This bog mummy dates back about 2,300 years, to the Iron Age. He was buried in a cape with a piece of willow wood around his neck, which some believe was used to strangle him with. Adding to the violence of his death, two wooden stakes were found with him, which were used to tie him down.