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History; we don't know as much as we tend to think we do.
As University of Aarhus’s Vandkilde puts it: “It’s an army like the
one described in Homeric epics, made up of smaller war bands that
gathered to sack Troy”—an event thought to have happened fewer than 100
years later, in 1184 B.C.E. That suggests an unexpectedly widespread
social organization, Jantzen says. “To organize a battle like this over
tremendous distances and gather all these people in one place was a
tremendous accomplishment,” he says.
So far the team has published only a handful of peer-reviewed papers.
With excavations stopped, pending more funding, they’re writing up
publications now. But archaeologists familiar with the project say the
implications are dramatic. Tollense could force a re-evaluation of the whole period in the area from the Baltic to the Mediterranean, says archaeologist Kristian Kristiansen of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. “It opens the door to a lot of new evidence for the way Bronze Age societies were organized,” he says.
For example, strong evidence suggests this wasn’t the first battle
for these men. Twenty-seven percent of the skeletons show signs of
healed traumas from earlier fights, including three skulls with healed
fractures. “It’s hard to tell the reason for the injuries, but these
don’t look like your typical young farmers,” Jantzen says.
A popular shopkeeper was stabbed to death by another Muslim in a "religiously prejudiced" attack hours after posting an Easter message on Facebook to "my beloved Christian nation".
Asad Shah, 40, a devout Muslim originally from the Pakistani city of Rabwah, had his head stamped on during a savage attack, according to one eyewitness.
But saying something online about some Muslims being rather bad people will have Scotland Yard at the door to arrest you.