Grauballe Man has fascinated scholars from the moment he was found and he appears in many academic books and articles. He has also been discussed in more popular books and publications. Here you find a selection of literature in English on this famous bog body and others like him.

Grauballe Man

  • Asingh, P. 2009, Grauballe Man – Portrait of a bog body, Copenhagen: Moesgaard Museum and Gyldendal.

  • Asingh, and N. Lynnerup (eds.) 2007, Grauballe Man. An Iron Age bog body revisited, Moesgaard: Jutland Archaeological Society.

Bog bodies

  • Aldhouse-Green, M. 2015, Bog Bodies Uncovered: Solving Europe's Ancient Mystery, London: Thames and Hudson.

  • Aldhouse-Green, M., 2001, Dying for the gods. Human sacrifice in Iron Age and Roman Europe, Stroud: Tempus.

  • Bergen, C., Niekus, M. J. L. and Vilsteren, T. van (eds) 2002, The mysterious bog people, Zwolle: Waanders Publishers.

  • Coles, B., Coles, C. and M.S. Jørgensen (eds.) 1999, Bog bodies, sacred sites and wetland Archaeology, Exeter: WARP.

  • Fischer, C. 2012, Tollund Man. Gift to the gods, Stroud: The History Press.

  • Glob, P.V. 1969, The bog people. Iron Age Man preserved, London: Faber and Faber.

  • Stead, I.M., Bourke, J.B. and Brothwell, D. 1986, Lindow Man: the body in the bog, London: British Museum Press.

  • Turner, C. and Scaife, R.G. (eds.) 1995, Bog bodies: new discoveries and new perspectives, London: British Museum Press.

  • Van der Sanden, W.A.B. 1996, Through nature to eternity: the bog bodies of northwest Europe, Amsterdam: Batavian Lion International.