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Frei's previous research on Egtved Girl revealed that she was born and raised outside of Denmark.
Don't miss: Treasure trove of jade stones used in Mayan rituals discovered in Guatemala" data-reactid="30"Don't miss: Treasure trove of jade stones used in Mayan rituals discovered in Guatemala This remarkable preservation has allowed archaeologists to trace the origins of the Bronze Age wools found in burials from this time in Denmark.
Acta Archaeologica occasionally publishes monographs that can be purchased individually. founded in 1930, is the leading scientific international archaeological periodical in Scandinavia. It publishes full presentations of important new discoveries, archaeological analyses, and general and interdisciplinary studies with an archaeological basis. No A log-coffin excavated in the early nineteenth century proved to be well enough preserved in the early twenty-first century for the full armoury of modern scientific investigation to give its occupants and contents new identity, new origins and a new date.In many ways the interpretation is much the same as before: a local big man buried looking out to sea.