Just your typical, everyday bowhunter? No. He's the Tyrolean Iceman, a frozen, mummified hunter who lived some 5,000 years ago and whose mummified body was found in the Italian Alps more over decade ago. Not only was the Iceman's body intact, but archeologists discovered with it a yew bow, a quiver of arrows, an arrow-point sharpening tool and other items that showed how important hunting was to this man. Recent X-rays have also revealed that he died from a stone arrowhead buried in his left shoulder.