The most important, useful evidence that was preserved of Tollund Man was the noose that was in a coil knot around his neck. This immediately directs the noose as the cause of Tollund Man’s death in which he was hung or strangled. From the examinations and knowledge of hanging, it was found that Tollund Man was hung not strangled due to the marks imprinted by the rope. The mark was around the neck, under the chin but not at the back of the neck, where the knot was situated. This proves that he was not strangled because if he was, the mark would have been all around his neck whereas in this case it wasn’t. Moreover, the mark type was that of a person who was hung and further evidence of people who are hung today show the same mark Tollund Man was ...
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