Wednesday 23rd October - 8pm - National Museum of Ireland
Come along to hear the intriguing story of Ireland’s and Donegal’s Bog Bodies. Bog bodies are the preserved remains of ancestors from earlier times. Because of the lack of oxygen in bog environment, organic material, including human bodies can be preserved to an exceptional degree with hair, skin, hands, internal organs and other soft tissue intact. Recent discoveries found in Ireland have provided important new insights into life in Ireland in the Iron Age.