|Landesarchäologie via Rheinpfalz|
The discovery comes from the town of Lingenfeld, south of Spayer in Rhineland-Palatinate. It's fairly close to the Rhine River.
|Photo from Lenz via Rheinpfalz|
The only publication that's reported on this find is Rheinpfalz. I can make out what looks like what was a bag at his feet, I guess. He has a beaker behind the head and by that a cluster of something. It looks like his left arm may have a bracer, but it's hard to tell since his arms are piled up. His head looks to the rising sun slightly to the northeast, so maybe he died in the wintertime?
The Long-legged Lingenfelder? Couldn't think of anything that rhymes.