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Lady Brayton  here.  Today I'm going to show you how to make a Perpetual Calendar from blocks of wood.   This tutorial will also ap...

Lady Brayton here. Today I'm going to show you how to make a Perpetual Calendar from blocks of wood. This tutorial will also ap...

CUTE!! TERESA COLLINS DESIGN TEAM: Perpetual Calendar by Yvonne Blair

CUTE!! TERESA COLLINS DESIGN TEAM: Perpetual Calendar by Yvonne Blair

Primitive Wood Craft Ideas | Primitive Country Crafts Wood Signs

Primitive Wood Craft Ideas | Primitive Country Crafts Wood Signs

Wood Piggy Bank ~ * M Y * P I G G Y * C O L L E C T I O N *

Wood Piggy Bank ~ * M Y * P I G G Y * C O L L E C T I O N *

mommo design: DIY FOR KIDS

mommo design: DIY FOR KIDS

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Time of Tollund man-Who was the Tollund Man? Was the Tollund Man a well respected man and maybe the father of a family? Or was he a captured enemy, thrall or criminal?

Time of Tollund man-Who was the Tollund Man? Was the Tollund Man a well respected man and maybe the father of a family? Or was he a captured enemy, thrall or criminal?

Tollund Man’s foot : High-tech tools divulge new information about the mysterious and violent fates met by these corpses.

Tollund Man’s foot : High-tech tools divulge new information about the mysterious and violent fates met by these corpses.

The Tollund Man is the naturally mummified corpse of a man who lived during the 4th century BCE, during the period characterised in Scandinavia as the Pre-Roman Iron Age.[1] He was found in 1950 on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, buried in a peat bog which preserved his body.

The Tollund Man is the naturally mummified corpse of a man who lived during the 4th century BCE, during the period characterised in Scandinavia as the Pre-Roman Iron Age.[1] He was found in 1950 on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, buried in a peat bog which preserved his body.

Denmark, 1950, two brothers digging peat for use as fuel, they came across what is now known as Tollund man. He still had hair, skin, five o'clock shadow, so they assumed it a recent murder victim, called the police. Upon arrival, they noticed rope around his neck: this wasn't a recent murder victim. The body was from 300-400 BC, shockingly well preserved by the peat.

Denmark, 1950, two brothers digging peat for use as fuel, they came across what is now known as Tollund man. He still had hair, skin, five o'clock shadow, so they assumed it a recent murder victim, called the police. Upon arrival, they noticed rope around his neck: this wasn't a recent murder victim. The body was from 300-400 BC, shockingly well preserved by the peat.