The Iceman At The Bolzano Museum

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With accordance to the ppt and doc: Neolithic-Chalcolithic Europe; Tyrolean Alps; Austria/Italy; September 1991, discovery of the Iceman í–tzi among the í–tztal Mountains, dating back to 3000 BC with range starting circa 6000 BC.
1996, Alasdair Whittle wrote Europe in the Neolithic: The Creation of New Worlds which is an general overview of the Iceman and Neolithic according to the ppt.
1994, Barry Cunliffe (ed.) authored Prehistoric Europe: An Illustrated History which is also has coverage of the Neolithic according to the ppt.
1984, Timothy Champion, Clive Gamble, Stephen Shennan, and Alasdair Whittle collectively wrote Prehistoric Europe which, again, has coverage of the Neolithic period according to the ppt.
According to the documentary:
Patrick Hunt (Alpine Archaeologist) and Annaluisa Pedrotti (Trento University) both joined to examine artifacts of the Iceman at the Bolzano museum.
Dr. Eduard Egarter Vigl (Pathologist) worked as the head of Conservation for the Iceman.
Dr. Paul Gostner is a Bolzano radiologist who found the arrowhead in the Iceman.
Albert Zink (Biological Anthropologist) worked as the lead examiner of the Iceman and as the head of the Institute for Mummies and the Iceman.

According to the documentary:
When Dr. Gostner found the arrowhead, it implied the Iceman had died by murder. The copper axe found on the Iceman implied that the Stone Age was much earlier than what was believed. Blood found in the Iceman’s brain implied a head blow before dying…

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