Lindow Man

Location: Lindow Moss, Cheshire
Museum: Manchester
Era: Iron Age
Status: Active Project
Tradition: Druid

  • Reburial
  • Display Improvement

The remains of Lindow Man, unearthed in 1984, have been held in the British Museum ever since.  HAD is involved in the temporary loan of this ancestor’s remains to the Manchester Museum, the related repatriation campaign and debate about whether or not he should be reburied.

Related Articles

The Lindow Man This is the article by Emma Restall Orr first published on this website in October 2005.

Report on the Meeeting at Manchester Museum February 2007 Report by Emma Restall Orr about the meeting hosted by the Manchester Museum in February 2007 to discuss the forthcoming return of Lindow Man with various interest group.

The Ongoing Tales of Lindow Man Current status of the Lindow Man Project – February 2007.

Lindow Man in Manchester : On Display A report by Emma Restall Orr about the exhibition.

News Links

Lindow Man Exhibition – Manchester – wins award

The Lindow Man exhibition at Manchester Museum has won the Design Week Award for best temporary exhibition design.

Lindow Man comes home to his roots

An article on the Manchester Evening News Website by Dean Kirby about the return of Lindow Man to Manchester Museum.

Contact: HAD Office