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The Ice Man wore a pair of leggings, which were strapped to a belt at waist level.A fur tongue, attached to the lower end of each legging, slipped into the neck of the Ice Man’s shoes.Any corpse found within a glacier is usually crushed or torn to bits; for example, the body of what is thought to be a Swiss mercenary from the sixteenth century was fragmented over a 100 m, and its mass is filled with convection currents, faults, subduction zones and rocks.How, then, could Similaun man have remained intact in situ for more than 5,000 years? ” These dates were produced independently at radiocarbon laboratories at the University of Uppsala (in Sweden) and Gif-sur-Yvette (Paris, France) respectively and at the request of the University of Innsbruck’s Botanical Institute.“The fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth ribs on the left show healed fractures, suggesting a one-time multiple trauma.All five ribs have healed well, even though some distortion remains.
The body and a number of associated artifacts, including tools and hunting implements, were discovered at an altitude of 3,200 metres above sea level in the Ötztaler (pronounced Alpen range, in the northeastern corner of the Italian Tyrol.
“We have no knowledge about the variability of the population from which he descended.