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Archaeology magazine May/June 2010 on Bog Bodies

This entry is part 6 of 21 in the Issue [1] 06

[2] Dr. Martin Rundkvist points us to an [3] Archaeology magazine article on bog bodies in Northwestern Europe which includes a section on [4] Clonycavan and Old Croghan men. Jacinta Kiely (of this parish) was the licensed director of the excavations on Old Croghan man so it is fascinating to see how the story is spreading. Ned Kelly’s hypothesis on kings nipples in Irish prehistory is eye-wateringly readable.

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[3] Archaeology: http://www.archaeology.org/1005/bogbodies/
[4] Clonycavan and Old Croghan men: http://www.archaeology.org/1005/bogbodies/clonycavan_croghan.html
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