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    Default 5,300 YEAR OLD “ICEMAN” GETS NEW FACE

    Using a combination of forensic science and artistry, Dutch brothers Adrie and Alfons Kennis reconstructed his face for a new exhibit at the museum where his remains are housed, in the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Italy.
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    Default Re: 5,300 YEAR OLD “ICEMAN” GETS NEW FACE

    Really interesting.

    He is believed to have lived between 3350 and 3100 B.C., before Stonehenge or the pyramids of Giza were built.

    One has to wonder why man would inhabit such harsh environments such as the Alps.

    But then, colder climates build bigger brains, per Rushton.

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    Default Re: 5,300 YEAR OLD “ICEMAN” GETS NEW FACE

    Iceman's Stomach Sampled—Filled With Goat Meat

    Missing until 2009, mummy's stomach found to contain lumps of last meal
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    Default Re: 5,300 YEAR OLD “ICEMAN” GETS NEW FACE

    A Rest, a Meal, Then Death for 5,000-Year-Old Glacier Mummy: Scientists Consolidate Results of Research Into Ötzi’s State of Health and His Death

    There is now broad agreement on the circumstances of Ötzi's death. Around 100 experts on mummies from nearly every single continent gathered for the "2nd Bolzano Mummy Congress"
    A rest, a meal, then death for 5,000-year-old glacier mummy: Scientists consolidate results of research into Ötzi’s state of health and his death

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    Default Re: 5,300 YEAR OLD “ICEMAN” GETS NEW FACE

    Quote Originally Posted by mistek View Post
    Really interesting.

    He is believed to have lived between 3350 and 3100 B.C., before Stonehenge or the pyramids of Giza were built.

    One has to wonder why man would inhabit such harsh environments such as the Alps.

    But then, colder climates build bigger brains, per Rushton.
    I've often wondered about the idea that whites are more intelligent overall because of environmental and evolutionary factors in having had to survive in cold and harsh climates in ancient times. So it sort of makes you wonder why the Eskimos aren't the smartest people in the world?

    The only thing I can think of to explain this, is that the climate that the Eskimos had to survive in was so harsh, and for so long, that the Eskimos were to busy just trying to survive day to day, almost year long, and that the climate and conditions really didn't allow them the leisure time to engage in that creative thinking, and in the arts for example, that eventually had whites become so dominate intellectually.

    I was wondering about your opinion concerning this, and whether or not anyone else has ever heard an explanation for the apparent intellectual differences between whites and Eskimos, even though they apparently shared much the same cold environment?

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    Default Ötzi the Iceman Needed a Dentist

    Ötzi the Iceman could have used a dentist. The amazingly preserved Neolithic mummy found in the Italian Alps had tooth decay, gum disease and dental trauma, new research suggests.

    The new findings, published Tuesday (April 9) in the European Journal of Oral Sciences, suggest that the Iceman mummy’s grain-heavy diet took a toll on his dental health.

    “It’s surprising how bad condition he is in,” said study co-author Frank Ruhli, a paleopathologist at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. “We have the whole range of disease pathologies you can imagine.”

    Ötzi is probably the most-studied Neolithic man in history. More than 5,000 years ago, the ancient iceman was hit by an arrow and bled to death on a glacier in the Alps between modern-day Austria and Italy. The glacier preserved his body until it was discovered by hikers in 1991.
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    Default Before Death, Ancient Iceman Suffered Brian Injury, New Research Says

    In the final stages of life, Ötzi, the famed iceman likely suffered from brain damage, according to a new protein analysis on the famed frozen corpse.

    A well-preserved natural mummy of a man who lived about 3,300 BC, Ötzi came to international attention when it was stumbled upon in 1991 by hikers on the Austrian-Italian border.

    Ötzi has long since been a subject of research, and apparently had less-than-perfect health, with prior studies indicating that Ötzi had bad breath, tooth decay and was predisposed to cardiovascular disease.
    Before Death, Ancient Iceman Suffered Brian Injury, New Research Says : News : Nature World News



    In the final stages of life, Ötzi, the famed iceman likely suffered from brain damage,
    according to a new protein analysis on the famed frozen corpse
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    Default Scan finds new tattoos on 5300-year-old Iceman

    A new study has used advanced imaging techniques to identify previously unknown tattoos on the ribcage of the 5300-year old man known as Ötzi, bringing his total number of tattoos to 61.

    Thanks to more than two decades of analysis, scientists arguably know more about Ötzi’s health and final days than those of any other ancient human. He died at around 45 years of age after being shot in the back with a stone-tipped arrow and bludgeoned.

    Ötzi was tattooed, and offers the earliest direct evidence that tattooing was practiced in Europe by at least the Chalcolithic period. However, until now it has been difficult to conclusively catalog all of his marks. Ötzi’s epidermis naturally darkened from prolonged exposure to sub-zero temperatures as he lay beneath the glacier, and as a result some of his tattoos became faint or invisible to the naked eye.

    Consequently previous studies have identified between 47 and 60 tattoos on the Iceman’s body.
    Scan finds new tattoos on 5300-year-old Iceman - Science News - redOrbit



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    Default Re: Scan finds new tattoos on 5300-year-old Iceman

    Otzi the Iceman: Researchers validate the stability of genetic markers

    Biomarkers are biological attributes that can give doctors or researchers clues about the health status or illnesses of a patient. Scientists are placing great hope in a new type of biomarker, so-called microRNAs. These short ribonucleic acid molecules are notable for their very high level of stability. Researchers at Saarland University, the University of Luxembourg and the Eurac Research center in Bozen have now established that such microRNAs can remain stable even after 5,300 years.
    https://phys.org/news/2017-02-otzi-iceman-validate-stability-genetic.html#jCp
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