He could have been carrying a wounded friend to safety before being killed himself. Not only was his simple tattoos important it was also that he was the oldest mummy found from 5,300 years ago. I think it was theory 4 died in battle. The surgical teams had taken snippets of muscle and lung. I think Ötzi died of robbery and hypothermia. Scientists think he was trying to escape an enemy. Otzi was found lying face down with outstretched arms in a protected rock depression near the Finail Peak watershed at the top of the Tisenjoch pass which connects two forested valleys.
It was believed that Otzi had faced an argument or battle which led to the fracturing of his chest, before he escaped. I for sure think it is not that he was robbed because if they tried to shoot him with the arrow they probably wanted to take the copper axe and the bow and arrows. His backpack was torn apart. It could of gotten infected and he could of died because of the infection. In contrast to what had previously been presumed, the copper used in the blade does not derive from the Alpine region researchers had suggested East or North Tyrol as the most likely provenance but from Central Italy.
His tissue in his body was badly damaged. They discovered that his simple tattoos were in the same locations used to acupuncture today. I think that Otzi might have tried to steel something from the Neanderthals because the canister was empty and it might have been important. His last meal was deer, flour and grain. I think he was shot by someone and it paralyzed his left arm.
Use your prior knowledge, in addition to new information, to help support the theory you feel most likely to have occurred. Did you know that scientists created the whole model and life story of a man based on fi … nding one tooth! That might explain the arrowhead in his shoulder. A separate 2012 study detailed in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface looked at the the oldest ever identified from a tissue sample taken from Ötzi's wound. Within moments, beads of water, like anxious sweat, began to form on his body. I think that because it was cold in the alps he could have got lost and froze to death by falling through the ice. How many tattoos did Otzi have? But to explain the hole in his head here's what I think. The most astonishing revelation came in 2001, when a local radiologist named Paul Gostner noticed a detail that had been overlooked in the images: an arrowhead buried in the Iceman's left shoulder, indicating that he had been shot from behind.
I think the whole way it was since he's the leader he had to go with the Shepard and their sheep. His skin had lost its luster and had a dull, leathery look, like a chicken wing left in the freezer too long. An arrowhead was discovered in his left shoulder, but what does it tell us about the circumstances surrounding the crime? And then some Cro-Magnon jumped him. With the cause of death now certain to be from a violent act of homicide, the prime question centered on the circumstances of how all this went down. He could of had arrows on his back because they found some near by the body. Hypothermia occurs when the body temperature drops significantly.
I think Otzi died in a battle because they found four different blood types on his weapons, and they found a arrow head in his shoulder blade. Almost everything that is known about Neolithic clothing has been gleaned from Otzi. He suffered a severe injury to his chest, fracturing his ribs, but managed to escape. There were 4 types of blood on his cape that could have been from the sheep. I think Otzi was in battle and four guys came up behind hem and knifed him. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
His body and belongings are currently on display in the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Italy. Raised copper levels were only present at the extremities and this correlates with other change indicators, and thus it is doubtful if one can establish a heavy metal contamination for Ötzi's actual life time: raised values might also be due to environmental influences over the 5,000 years since his death. He was in such pain he wasn't paying attention and he fell in the ice. After the battle he tryed fixing the arrows for another battle. Special high-precision titanium instruments were invented -- steel probes that were inserted through tiny incisions in Otzi's back. After a few days the news spread out.
Theory 2, robbery: Another possibility is that Otzi was robbed for his sheep because in Alps it was common for shepherds to be in that area of the mountains to graze. That's some of the reasons why I thought he died in battle, they dont have prove that he died in battle though. The vault where he is kept is kept at a constant temperature of 20. By ice climbers named Erika and Helmut Simon. Such material is made available in an effort to advance understanding of country or topic discussed in the article.
Otzi's tools Conclusion our theory is Otzi had been shot by an arrow by an enemy and slowly died while hiding from his enemy. Sorry I stopped now lets go on. I think that he was assassinated because he had an hole in the back of his head and there was an arowhead in his left shoulder,Otzi had tattoos i think the meant something to his death because he could have got them because of his religious beliefs and the copper ax was very valuable in that time so they killed him for his stuff. Ötzi was attacked and managed to flee. This is where the Hypothermia comes in.