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A mummified body of a prehistoric human—circa 5,300 years old—from the Stone Age, who was discovered frozen in ice in the Ötztal Alps at the Austrian-Italian border, and is providing information on the early settlers in Europe. Ötzi was 46 when he died, and thought to either have been shot in the back with an arrow or died from a ritual sacrifice. He primarily ate primitive wheat, plants and meat, and wasn’t very healthy: he’d been seriously ill 3 times in the last six months of life; he had fleas, whipworm; the charcoal dust on his skin suggest that he tried some form of acupunture maybe for pain, possibly as a last resort
Tools and clothing Ötzi dressed in layers of sewn skins and grasses; he had an ax, a dagger, an unfinished longbow with arrows, a tinder kit for making fires and possibly some medicinal herbs
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How Otzi was killed has been a matter of some debate.
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Named Otzi after his place of discovery, this singular man may be the best-examined patient of all time -- and he has revolutionized scientific knowledge of Neolithic people.
The reason for the failure became clear in 2009, when scientists studying CAT scans of Otzi discovered that the Iceman's stomach had shifted upward after death, to where the lower part of his lungs would normally be.
The Iceman, also nicknamed Otzi, lived between 5,375 and 5,100 years ago.
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Plus a vast amount of photos of Otzi, compared with excerpts from modern maps of acupuncture (all recorded on Betacam).
Otzi the Iceman, whose mummy was found in the Italian Alps 20 years ago, suffered from cavities, worn teeth and periodontal diseases.
If you want to begin at the beginning, your first stop should be Otzi, the 5,300-year-old mummy found in the glaciers near the Austrian border.
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Scrutinising the cover photo of the (inevitably) shaven-headed artiste who warbles this ditty, I find his name is Deejay Otzi, from Vienna.