With him, was a copper axe and other belongings. Scientists discovered Otzi was from the past about 5 thousand years ago. During that time, copper was very valuable. Only those high in power possessed them. And Otzi, possessed a copper axe, which tells us that Otzi may have been an important figure back then.
Otzi Man Introduction No one knows what Otzi could have been; a hunter a shepherd the world today only has a few clues on the oldest human finding in the world. Background Information In terms of modern geography Otzi the iceman was found just inside the Italian border right next to Austria. Otzi was found in 1991 two hikers, Erika and Helmut Simon, from Nuremberg in Germany where climbing the final peak in the Otzal Alps. Apparently the Simons took a shortcut off the original route and came to a rock gully with meltwater. They then noticed something brown on the gully bed.
Otzi The Iceman Otzi, also known as the Iceman, the Man from Hauslabjoch, the Similaun Man, the Tyrolean Iceman, and the Hauslabjoch mummy, is one of the most well preserved natural mummies in recorded history. Otzi was discovered on September 19, 1991, in the Otzal Alps by two German tourists, Helmut and Erika Simon. The nickname Otzi the Iceman originated from the location in which the body was found (Deem 6). Due to the extent of his preservation, scientists and archeologists have been able to learn a great deal about Otzi’s life and death through forensic investigation. Otzi the Iceman is known as a Wet Mummy that mummified naturally in the glacier ice.
The guy that was electrocuted was just laughing and staring. After Mike’s legs and arms were torn off. The guy that was electrocuted threw him into the river to drown. Since then no one has saw Mike, and no one has worked at the lidtke mill after that has
He tries another experiment, throwing a ball at one of the patients. She catches it. "She is borrowing the will of the ball," the doctor speculates. His colleagues will not listen to this theory, which sounds suspiciously metaphysical, but he thinks he's onto something. What if these patients are not actually "frozen" at all, but victims of a stage of Parkinson's Disease so advanced that their motor impulses are cancelling each other out--what if they cannot move because all of their muscles are trying to move at the same time, and they are powerless to choose one impulse over the other?
They hold the past and past events in high regard. You can see how the author of this story first talks about the old version of the poor old man. In the Story of the Stone, it was a in greater debate whether the history of the stone held any meaning in the present. However, the Buddhist priest and Taoist recognized the history of the stone and felt the stone should be honored. Others, however, felt that the history of the stone had no merit in the present due to how much had changed since the stone’s time.
Wiesel knew that if he dwelled on death too much, he would never get out alive, so he was basically numb the entire time. Wiesel obviously lives through the holocaust to tell the story, and with his strength and love, he overcomes
Final evidence that his accident was intentional can be found when Kelly’s friend Julie grabs her and tells her that “the bagman” (Mr. Weems) had not been accidentally hit because the road was dark and it was raining. Instead, as she tells it, “‘He walked right in front of a car.’” (Hahn 155). Julie was reporting that someone had witnessed what had happened. This is proof that he saw the car coming towards him and could have avoided being hit and killed. In conclusion, Mr. Weems death was not an accident.
There are many theories in the world about the death of the dinosaurs. Archaeologists discover bones of dinosaurs from different time periods. Some believe that a large asteroid hit the earth, killing all living matter. Others believe that a huge volcano erupted on earth killing all matter on earth quickly. One other theory on the killing of the dinosaurs is the continental drift, this was a slow killing because of the cooling and drying climate.
In the history of human heritage findings Ethiopia is known as the origin of all humankind. For this reason, Ethiopia has a title of ‘foundation of humanity'. For example ‘Dinkenesh' (Lucy) is the 3.2milliion-year-old skeleton that was found in the northern part of Ethiopia. (Hassen and Debela, 1995:127) Ethiopia is also a place of several mysterious findings of early civilizations, to mention that the pre -Axumite era (5th century BC to 1st century AD) and Axumite era (1st to 8th centuries AD) of architecture reliefs and pottery are a good evidence of how rich in wisdom the nation was in the pre-historical area. The rock paintings dated to the 2nd millennium BC justifies that the ancient kingdom was well prosperous in artistic observations