Only the back of the head, the bare shoulders and part of the back emerged from the ice and meltwater.
As they got closer, they realized with horror that it wasn't just some sort of rubbish: a human corpse was lying with the chest against a flat rock.Without nuclei, we simply would not exist, and it is important to understand why!NUPEX provides a free database of knowledge, created and maintained by expert nuclear physicists from all over Europe.According to a resolution by the South Tyrol Provincial Government, the official name for the mummy is "Der Mann aus dem Eis" - "L'Uomo venuto dal ghiaccio" (The man who came from ice). Soon after the mummy was recovered, a harsh controversy arose on which soil - Italian or Austrian - it was found. 2, 1991 established that the mummy lay 303.67 feet from the border in South Tyrol, in Italy. Radio carbon dating established that the Ötzi lived around 5,000 years ago, between 33 B. He probably spent his childhood in the upper Eisack Valley or the lower Puster Valley.He lived at least ten years in the Vinschgau prior to his death. Among the clothing and items found with the mummy, one of the most important pieces is the copper-bladed axe.