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Spindler and other scientists deduced that his body and belongings had been preserved in the ice until a fall of dust from the Sahara and an unusually warm spell combined to melt the ice, exposing the mans head, back and shoulders.
No well-preserved bodies had ever been found in Europe from this period: the Neolithic, or New Stone Age.
5, Friday evening, Manchester, Queer Contact Festival at Contact Theater.
Robin Hood is a wraith in Lincoln green, a shadowy figure who peers out at us through the dense foliage of the forests of time; hooded, anonymous and yet terribly familiar to us.
He is free from the constraints of society, existing as he does outside the bonds of the law. It was fashionable in the past to see Robin as an archetype, a pagan spirit of the woods, like Puck or Robin Goodfellow, or Loki, the trickster figure from Norse mythology, only partly human, unreliable but fun-loving, always ready to prick pomposity and utterly contemptuous of authority.
Where was the Iceman's home, and what was he doing at the high mountain pass where he died?
Painstaking research--especially of plant remains found with the body--contradicts many of the initial speculations On a clear day in September 1991 a couple hiking along a high ridge in the Alps came upon a corpse melting out of the ice.
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