This compact book, packed with glorious colour photography joins a series on the stand out holdings of the British Museum. It describes the discovery, conservation and analysis of the corpse of Lindow Man, Britain's best preserved bog body, dating to the late Iron Age. The book also looks at the modern reconstruction of Lindow Man's face, and how this was done, as well as the evidence for diet, medical history and for his brutal death, examined in the context of Iron Age society.
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