Ötzi the Iceman’s worn tools tell the story of his last days alive

He wasn’t the best tool-maker but they did the job.

Otzi’s copper axe offers hints of ‘extensive trade networks’ in Italy 5,300 years ago

This would make it one of the earliest organized trade networks in the area.

Genetic sequencing used to unclothe Ötzi the Iceman’s wardrobe

He wore a coat made from sheep and goat hides, but also a hat made from a bear’s fur.

Living Relatives of Ötzi the Iceman Mummy found in Austria

Ötzi the Iceman goes by lots of names – the Similaun Man, the Man from Hauslabjoch, the Hauslabjoch mummy, etc – but most people just call him Ötzi; he’s a well-preserved natural mummy of a man who lived about 3,300 BCE, found in the Ötztal Alps (hence the name) near the border of Austria and Italy. Now, according to a