These include: a prehistoric baby woolly mammoth (Lyuba) from the Arctic Circle, a steppe bison named Blue Babe from Alaska 36,000 years ago, an Ice Age man named Otzi in the Austrian-Italian Alps from 5,300 years ago, King Tut from Egypt 3,300 years ago, Ramesses III from Egypt over 3,000 years ago, Pharaoh's dog from Egypt 3,000+ years ago, a cat mummy from Egypt 3,000 years ago, Tamut, a temple singer from Egypt 2,900 years ago, Tollund
Mand from Denmark, 2,300-2,400 years ago, Lady Dai from China 2,200 years ago, an Inca maiden from Argentina 500 years ago, and last, Vladimir Lenin from Russia, 1924.
 Valter C, Christensen AM, Tollund
C, Schonemann NK.
use of such practices in "The Tollund
Man" and "The
There you can taste the fiskesuppe (fish soup) that the Tollund
Man, whose remains are on display, so much enjoyed.
(61) While this imagery anticipates the bog bodies that Heaney describes in several of his poems, in 'The Tollund
Man' (1972) for example; it is worth noting that even before Rathlin was written, Elizabeth Rawdon (Lady Moira, 1789-1808) had published the first known scientific investigation of a bog body in the journal Archaeologia, following a discovery on Drumkeeragh Mountain, County Down, on Lord Moira's land in the 1780s.
Heaney, whose work includes Digging and Tollund
Man, was made a EX-Commandeur of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French ministry of culture in 1996.
In a sonnet called Excavation & Recovery, Jamie perhaps casts a Bronze Age logboat as her Tollund
Man, this relic given up by Tay mud, but her focus shifts to the river, to the means and not the end.
"Bill had read about other bog mummies - there was a very famous one in Denmark called the Tollund
Man that was found in the 50s - so he wondered, if peat has all these marvellous qualities to preserve people's skin, why not use it in skincare?
"We have been looking at 'mysteries' in history, stories of things such as Jack the Ripper and the Tollund
Man, where we have to think about what could have happened.
(2) The poem Bogland appears in the collection Door Into The Dark (1969); The Tollund
Man and Nerthus in Wintering Out (1972); Belderg, Bog Queen, The Grauballe Man, Punishment, Come to the Bower, Strange Fruit and Kinship in North (1975).
for the text of "The Tollund
Man," see Opened Ground 62-63;
(Virtue is used in its older meaning of strength here.) In The Tollund
Man in Springtime the Tollund
Man who passes 'Unregistered by scans, screens, hidden eyes' lapping time in himself, finds 'Newfound contrariness': In check-out lines, at cash points, in those queues Of wired far-faced smilers, I stood off, Bulrush, head in air, far from its long lough.