The Porsmose Man
The Porsmose Man was a thirty five to forty year old male who was found in 1946 in the Porsmose Bog near Naestved, Denmark. He had been killed by arrows in about 3500 BC. One bone arrow pierced his nose and mouth, but this shot did not kill him. Instead, he was mortally wounded by an arrow that went through his breastbone into his aorta. The bone arrow head was found lodged in his skull.