Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Oetzi: Putting A Face To The Name

Twenty years after his ice preserved body was found the 5,000-year-old "Iceman" discovered on the border between Italy and Austria we can now see Dutch artist Adrie Kennis' impression of what Oetzi would have looked like.

Picture credit and more here

PS This is a really great resource to learn more about Oetzi/Otzi
More soon
Your pal
SBW

5 comments:

GoofyGirl said...

GREAT idea for a post! That Wikipedia page on Ă–etzi you linked to is the first one in a long time that I actually wanted to read from beginning to end. Fascinating stuff right there. Thanks for posting this!

Le Loup said...

Good one. The iceman was in my opinion an important find considering the items found with the body.
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The Suburban Bushwacker said...

GG
Glad you liked it - he's the nearest thing Europe has to an "Ishi" I'm totally fascinated by him myself.
SBW

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

LL
So important, his body and his EDC are such an amazing window back into our past. What would someone make of finding my body and the bits and pieces in my pockets? Then again if they found the stuff in your pockets that would throw them completely!

Cheers
SBW

kmurray said...

Wow! That's amazing how they can recreate faces like that... and kinda creepy too!

Fascinating fellow though! Great topic once again SBW!