Ötzi, the Iceman

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Illustration

Ibolya Horváth
by South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology/Ochsenreiter
published on 13 June 2024
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Ötzi, the Iceman, lived during the Copper Age in the late Neolithic (c. 3300 BCE) and was murdered in the Schnalstal/Val Senales Valley, in South Tyrol. His body was preserved naturally in the ice and found by hikers some 5300 years later, in 1991.

South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, Bolzano, Italy.

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Archaeology/Ochsenreiter, S. T. M. o. (2024, June 13). Ötzi, the Iceman. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/19105/otzi-the-iceman/

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