Otzi The Iceman Theory

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Around twenty-five years ago, witnesses in the Italian Alps discovered a frozen figure. Experts then identified the corpse as a naturally preserved body of a man over 5,000 years old. The corpsed now specified to him as the “Iceman” or “Otzi”. His naturally preserved body which was kept intact through centuries, now enables scientists to use Otzi’s body for research purposes and to piece clues of the past together helping to inform society in detail of these specials events which sapped us to be the society we are today. There are a variety of compelling theories suggesting different possibilities on how Otzi the iceman died, although he being a victim of powers play is certainly the most fitting Theory.

This theory is supported by evidence such as Ötzi had to be a shaman or a well-known member of his community because of the possessions he was found with, mainly a copper axe which was not a common object to possess in society back then. Ötzi's clothes were cultivated He was found wearing a cloak made of woven grass and a coat, a belt, a loincloth and shoes, all made of leather of different skins. He also wore a bearskin cap with a leather chin strap. The shoes were waterproof and wide, seemingly designed for walking across the land in harsh weather conditions.

professionals also pieced together that the attackers must have
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this also explains that there were strategies put in place which was created to manoeuvre Otzi's power through killing him. By killing him well out of sight in the mountains , his attackers may have hoped that his death was not seen as a homicide but more of an incident. This implies that his tools and weapons were left behind in addition to the body to suggest his death was an accident and to make sure no one asked why they had the items in the first