Note: "At the time of death, Lindow Man was a healthy male in his mid-20s, and he may have been someone of high status, as his body shows little evidence of heavy or rough work. There has been debate over the reason for Lindow Man's death, for the nature of his demise was violent, perhaps ritualistic; after a last meal of charred bread, Lindow Man was strangled, hit on the head, and his throat cut. Dating the body has proven problematic, but it is thought that Lindow Man was deposited into Lindow Moss [a peat bog in Cheshire, England], face down, some time between 2 BC and 119 AD, in either the Iron Age or Romano-British period." Source: Wikipedia.
Discovered in 1984, "Lindow Man is the best preserved peat bog body to be found in Britain," according to the BBC (2014). "Well-manicured fingernails and a nicely trimmed beard and mustache suggest this man was most probably not involved in intense manual labor," according to Atlas Obscura. "In-depth analysis has revealed that the man's last meal included unleavened bread made from wheat and barley.