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Bog Bodies - Der Domestizierte Mensch / Igloo Martian - Untitled (Cassette)


Download Bog Bodies - Der Domestizierte Mensch / Igloo Martian - Untitled (Cassette)
2013
Label: Hip Replacement Tapes - #2 • Format: Cassette Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Noise, Industrial


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9 Comments

  1. Kigarn   Kagagar
    A bog body is a human cadaver that has been naturally mummified in a peat focentspirinmanzei.riseabafirslekidsdetyconxatira.co bodies, sometimes known as bog people, are both geographically and chronologically widespread, having been dated to between BCE and the Second World War. The unifying factor of the bog bodies is that they have been found in peat and are partially preserved; however, the actual levels of preservation .
  2. Fejind   Kagale
    This is a list of bog bodies in order of country in which they were first discovered. Bog bodies, or bog people, are the naturally preserved corpses of humans and some animals recovered from peat focentspirinmanzei.riseabafirslekidsdetyconxatira.co bodies have been most commonly found in the Northern European countries of Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
  3. Dasar   Momi
    Bog body, any of several hundred variously preserved human remains found in natural peat bogs, mostly in northern and western Europe but also elsewhere. Such bogs are anaerobic (oxygen-free) environments, a condition that prevents decay. They are also heavy with tannins, a group of naturally.
  4. Mehn   Sabar
    As more bog bodies turned up, more questions got asked. In the absence of clear answers, mythmaking and fancy rushed in to fill the void. On October 20, , workmen digging a ditch in the.
  5. Fesar   Kakasa
    Bog bodies are “accidental mummies,” preserved by the natural chemistry of the bog. Egyptian mummies, on the other hand, were intentionally preserved in a complicated process developed over time by experts. Another difference between bog bodies and Egyptian mummies is the bodies themselves. Bog bodies are anonymous victims of ritual sacrifice.
  6. Togore   Kigakazahn
    Aug 31,  · The term bog bodies (or bog people) is used to refer to ancient, naturally-mummified human burials recovered from peat bogs in Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Britain, and Ireland. The highly acidic peat acts as a remarkable preservative, leaving the clothing and skin intact, and creating poignant and memorable images of people of the past.
  7. Zololrajas   Mazulmaran
    Wijnand van der Sanden, a government archaeologist for Drenthe Province, the Netherlands, is one of the foremost authorities on bog bodies. His book, Through Nature to Eternity: The Bog People of Northwest Europe, was published as an accompaniment to an exhibition he put together in at Silkeborg Museum, in Silkeborg, Denmark.
  8. Nikojar   Yozshuhn
    Aug 22,  · Due to lack of oxygen and the anti-microbial properties of peat moss, many of the “bog bodies” found in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and especially Denmark are.
  9. Yogar   Douzilkree
    Drawing on the work of Dutch bog-body scholar Wijnand van der Sanden, the following map charts more than 80 important finds and includes details on 12 of the most fascinating.— Susan K. Lewis 1.

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