In “Who Killed the Iceman?” the author implies that artifacts found with the Iceman can be used as clues for

In “Who Killed the Iceman?” the author implies that artifacts found with the Iceman can be used as clues for multiple theories.
Which evidence from the text supports this conclusion?
Select all that apply.
1.But people performing a ritual might have left [the ax] for the Iceman’s use in the afterlife or as a tribute to the gods.
2.[B]reaking objects was a ceremonial practice in Neolithic Europe. This might explain the broken arrows lying near the mummy.
3.The Iceman’s copper ax—the oldest prehistoric ax in Europe with its bindings and handle intact—is also significant.
4.Though no arrow shaft protrudes from the wound and no blood marks the arrow’s entrance, it’s now clear that the Iceman was shot in the back.


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