File:Weerdinge-men 1904.jpg

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Weerdinge Men  wikidata:Q927721 
Author
Geert Jannes Landweer (1859-1924)
Weerdinge Men
Title
Photography of the Weerdinge men
Object type bog body / two people
Description
Deutsch: Historische Potografie der Überreste der Moorleichen der Männer von Weerdinge kurz nach der Auffindung am 29. Juni 1904. Die Männer von Weerdinge sind in der Zeit zwischen 200 und 400 n. Chr. im Moor deponiert worden.
English: Historic photography of the remains of the bog bodies Weerdinge Men shortly after their discovery on 29 June 1904. Both Men were deposited on the bog between 200 and 400 A.D.
Nederlands: Veenlijken het Paar van Weerdinge op 29 juni 1904. Het Paar van Weerdinge is tussen 200 en 400 na Chr. in het veen gedeponeerd.
Date after 29 June 1904
date QS:P571,+1904-06-29T00:00:00Z/7,P1319,+1904-06-29T00:00:00Z/11
institution QS:P195,Q1258370
Place of discovery Bourtange moor
Object history
Source
Other versions Paar van Weerdinge, Drents Museum, 1904 VII2A.jpg

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current19:36, 22 March 2016Thumbnail for version as of 19:36, 22 March 2016504 × 800 (103 KB)Bullenwächter (talk | contribs)=={{int:filedesc}}== {{Artwork |artist = |author = Geert Jannes Landweer (1859-1924) |title = Photography of the Weerdinge men |description = {{de|1=Historische Potografie der Überreste der Moorleichen...
21:02, 20 January 2010Thumbnail for version as of 21:02, 20 January 2010504 × 800 (103 KB)Bullenwächter (talk | contribs){{Information |Description={{en|1=The w:Weedinge Men. Iron age bog bodies excavated 1904 in ''Weerdingerveen'' a part of the Bourtanger Veen in the Netherlands. Mounted on a piece of cloth for drying. Now on display in [[w:Drents Museum|Drents Museum]
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