• Archaeologists have found a skeleton bearing the signs of a Stone Age amputation procedure. This evidence for the first amputation (that we know of) is significant because it’s much earlier than previous evidence and the person it was performed on survived the surgery.
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    Archaeologists have found a skeleton bearing the signs of a Stone Age amputation procedure. This evidence for the first amputation (that we know of) is significant because it’s much earlier than previous evidence and the person it was performed on survived the surgery. #archeology #medicine #sme #awesme #cent #hivelist #pay #dec
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  • On 6 May 1950, two brothers came upon a body in Jutland, Denmark. The body was so well preserved that they thought it was a recent death.

    Upon closer examination, it was realized that the body was actually a man from the 4th century BC.

    Known as Tollund Man, he lived in what is now Silkeborg, Denmark and was around 40 years of age at his time of death, at a height of over 5 feet tall.

    It is thought that the Tollund man was a sacrifice, then was placed in a peat bog which preserved him. #somee #history #archeology #cent #waiv
    On 6 May 1950, two brothers came upon a body in Jutland, Denmark. The body was so well preserved that they thought it was a recent death. Upon closer examination, it was realized that the body was actually a man from the 4th century BC. Known as Tollund Man, he lived in what is now Silkeborg, Denmark and was around 40 years of age at his time of death, at a height of over 5 feet tall. It is thought that the Tollund man was a sacrifice, then was placed in a peat bog which preserved him. #somee #history #archeology #cent #waiv
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  • #archeology #history #someeofficial #cent #spt #waiv #pob #awesme
    #archeology #history #someeofficial #cent #spt #waiv #pob #awesme
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