Egtvedpigen. One summer day in 1370 BC she was buried in an oak coffin. On the body she wore a short shirt and a knee-length skirt made of cords. On the abdomen she had a bronze belt plate decorated with spirals. She also had a comb of horn with him. It was attached to her belt. About each arm was a ring of bronze, and a slender ring sat on her ear. On her face was a little box of bark with a bronzesyl and the remains of a hairnet.