What are the other theories that try to describe who this man was? Amesbury Archer Amesbury Archer (or King of Stonehenge) is an early Bronze Age man, dating to around 2300 BC.
His grave is of particular importance because of the rich valuables and the earliest gold objects ever found in England.
He was buried in a peat bog on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, a find known as a bog body.
Turkana Boy Turkana Boy, the designation given to fossil KNM-WT (Kenya National Museum-West Turkana), is a nearly complete skeleton of a 12-year-old hominid boy who died 1.6 million years ago.
An grand footpath that ran for almost 2km across the Somerset levels swamps.