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In Scandinavië people dug for pite for centuries, it is still done in some places be it on a very small scale. During this pitedigging several bodies were discovered, especially in Denmark. Here al…

In 1944 Søgårds Mose in Denmark yielded a bog body of which only the arms and…

Kreepen Man was discovered in a German bog in 1903. His body has since fallen apart.

Photos of the Best Preserved Bog People

Kreepen Man was discovered in a German bog in His body has since fallen apart. I love bog bodies.

Søgård Mose II, Viborg in Denmark. Iron age leg-wrappings.

AN APPROACH ABOUT KELTOI (D) – celtic clothing 2last

Leg wraps from the Roman period found at Søgård Mose II at Viborg, Denmark from the Skive Museum, Denmark. (National Museum of Denmark).

The woman, dead at 30, was buried 1,900 years ago in an oak log near Juellinge, Denmark. Interred with her was a long-handled bronze strainer that still held residue of a fermented drink she may have been meant to enjoy in the afterlife.

Museum display of a woman's grave from Juellinge, Denmark, with Roman wine set and strainer cup

Four oak-coffin graves with different hairstyles. At top left is Egtved girl with her ​​short, blonde hair. Beside the Skrydstrup woman her long hair put up in a complicated hairstyle. Bottom left a young man from Borum Eshøj with loose, wavy pageboy, while the older man from Borum Eshøj completely lost his hair.

Early Bronze Age hair fashion in Denmark. Egtved girl, Skrydstrup woman, the young man and the old man from Borum Eshøj.

This pair of intricately cut shoes were found on a body discovered in a bog, they date back 2,300 years. I would love to wear them now ...2015...

Shoes of Damendorf Man, actually to B. - Iron Age shoes (ca. 400 BCE to 400 CE) found on body found in European bog Photo by Robert Clark, September 2007 National Geographic

The violent death of the 'Worsley Man' shares chilling similarities with the famous Lindow Man, whose preserved body was found in a Cheshire peat bog in 1984. Tests suggest the Lindow man, who lived around 150 years earlier, had also been beaten, garrotted and had his throat slit... such a nasty way to go...

The violent death of the 'Worsley Man' shares chilling similarities with the famous Lindow Man, whose preserved body was found in a Cheshire peat bog in Tests suggest the Lindow man, who lived around 150 years earlier, had also been beaten, garrotted

Silkeborg Museum took the initiative to have some of the items of clothing from the Iron Age bog bodies reconstructed. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Examples of clothes from the time of the Tollund Man - iron age bog bodies and their clothes (before the viking era, but what a great pic!

Haraldskær Woman is a preserved bog body from 490 BC, which got discovered by farmers of Jutland in 1835 and believed to be the remains of Queen Gunhild of Norway. Due to this mistaken identity, the body managed to survive until this day and is kept in a sarcophagus in St.Nicolas church, Vejle, Denmark.

Haraldskær Woman is a preserved bog body from 490 BC, which got discovered by farmers of Jutland in 1835 and believed to be the remains of Queen Gunhild of Norway. Due to this mistaken identity, the body managed to survive until this day.

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