People are curious creatures by nature, so it’s easy to assume that our curiosity extends to how our ancestors looked. And even what they ate.
Recently, the Italian scientists of the South Tyrol Museum of Archeology made a second study of the oldest of the well-preserved mummies – the “ice man” named Etsi, namely, they were able to establish what the last supper of the man consisted of.
Discovered by Etsi 25 years ago in the Alps. At that time they were able to establish that the dead man was about 45 years old, and his death came 5300 years ago.
It consisted of deer meat, goat fat, wheat and poison ivy, which, according to the scientists, Etsi could use as a medicine.
In the same way, Etsi’s appearance was recreated over time.