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From: Tracing the dynamic life story of a Bronze Age Female

Figure 1

Map showing the location of the Egtved burial site (red dot). Borders of the nearest areas with bioavailable 87Sr/86Sr values that potentially fit the tooth enamel, the child’s bone, wool garments and oxhide belonging to the Egtved find are marked with green lines and arrows. Of these regions the Black Forest area (red ellipse) appears to be the most plausible place of origin as constrained by the multiple strontium isotope codes contained in materials from the Egtved find combined with the archaeological artefact record patterns. (Drawing by Marie Louise Andersson, with kind permission of the National Museum of Denmark).

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