Bodies from the Bog

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1998 - 42 sider
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One morning in April 1952, Danish workmen digging in a peat bog near the town of Grauballe made an astonishing discovery: the body of a man preserved in the bog, his face Xattened by the weight of the peat and his skin as brown as the earth in which he lay. Who was this man, and how had he come to be there?
With striking photographs and engaging text, James M. Deem tells the story of Grauballe Man and other bog bodies discovered in European peat bogs. He explains who they were, how they lived and died, and how their peat graves acted to preserve their bodies so well.
 

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Indhold

A BODY FROM THE BOG
A BUNDLE OF BOG BODIES
THE LIFE OF A BOG
MAGIC CAULDRONS AND MORE
THE PUZZLE OF BOG BODIES
A FINAL DEATH
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS and BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
Copyright

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Om forfatteren (1998)

James M. Deem is the author of numerous books for young readers, including 3 NB of Julian Drew, Bodies from the Ice: Melting Glaciers and the Rediscovery of the Past, and Faces From the Past . Mr. Deem lives outside of Phoenix, Arizona.

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