By: Konrad Spindler
305 pages, B/w photos
This forensic detective story traces the insights gained into the daily life of neolithic man, some 5,000 years ago, from the corpse of the `Ice Man' discovered, perfectly preserved, in the Otzaler Alps in 1991. This official account of the research examines both the remains of the Ice Man himself - including stomach content, micro-organisms, hair, teeth and DNA - plus those items found with him - his clothes, rucksack, bow, axe and quiver.
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