Cheshire archeologist who recovered famous bog body dies

Cheshire archeologist who recovered famous bog body dies
 

The Cheshire archeologist who recovered the best preserved bog body in Britain has died.
Rick Turner, County Hall’s county archeologist, travelled to Wilmslow following a call by police in 1984 after the discovery of a human foot by a worker at a commercial peat site.
The previous year an incomplete and decomposing female head had been found dating back to AD210.
The outcome was the finding of a superbly-preserved figure face down in the bog. At first this was thought to date back to around 55BC although this was revised to between 2BC and AD119.
Lindow Man, or Peat Marsh as he was also... read more

 
14 August 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 35
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