“This is the Porsmose Man.”
His corpse was discovered in 1946 near Næstved (Denmark). He was found with a 105mm-long arrow that entered his skull through his nose – the tip got stuck there and protruded into the oral cavity.
Another arrow was found through his chest: it pierced the man’s upper sternum and most likely injured his main artery.
The man is assigned to the Middle Neolithic Funnel Beaker Culture. According to the description in the Danish National Museum, however, the type of bony tip corresponds to the end-Neolithic individual grave culture.