The Discovery of Lindow Man
Discovery of Lindow Man:
On May 13, 1983, Andy Mould, a commercial peat worker was loading peat onto a shredder at Lindow Moss, a large and ancient bog in Lindow, England. He pulled out of one block of peat what he thought was an old deflated football. However, after hosing it off, Andy realised that he found a skull with one eyeball still intact. It was later determined to have belonged to a woman over 1750 years ago. The find was small, and considered fairly insignificant.
Just over one year later at the same peat Bog, Andy Mould was again inspecting large lumps of peat for a…
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