Discovered in 1950, the Tollund Man has become one of the world's most famous bog-mummies. While only 30-40 years old at the time of his death, he has been dated back to the Iron Age (around 400 B.C.). Many researchers believe he was sacrificed as part of a Druid ritual, then gently placed to rest in the bog.
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