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Gundestrup Cauldron -- discovered in 1891 in Denmark. One of the silver panels depicts warriors being returned to life by immersion in the Cauldron of Rebirth. In STRANGER'S EMBRACE, Mrs. Batey believes Merlin intended to resurrect Gwendoleu in a similar ceremony after the Battle of Arthuret.

from BBC News

World's oldest bog body hints at violent past

Infographic - remains of early humans - what a boon for science to have this treasure from which to study and learn: Oetizi, Cashel, King Tutankhamen, Tollund, and the Inca Ice Maiden

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from BBC News

World's oldest bog body hints at violent past

bog bodies http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2007/09/bog-bodies/bog-bodies-text

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The mummified head of Osterby Man, a first century bog body, still has his hair tied in a Suabian knot - a hairstyle described by Tacitus in his book 'Germania'

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The Suebian knot is a hair style associated with Germanic peoples during the iron age. Many bog bodies recovered in what is now Denmark and northern Germany display this distinct hairstyle. Tacitus in his work "Germania" also describes this knot, and associates it particularly with the tribe called Suebi. The Suebi gave their name to modern day Swabia. -DK

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A pair of shoes found together with the bog body from Rønbjerg III dated to the Pre-Roman Iron Age. Photo Roberto Fortuna, The National Museum of Denmark.

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