The Bronze age in the Isle of Man ran from around 2000 BC to 600 BC. Houses, burial sites and artefacts from this era have been found all over the Island.
Excavations at Ronaldsway airport took place in 2008. A bronze age settlement and three skulls which had laid undiscovered for more than 3,000 years were uncovered.
Archaeologists found a male skeleton. Allison Fox from Manx National Heritage said: "We found cut marks to his fingers, ribs and knees, as if he'd been defending himself."
Initial studies suggest the man could have been the victim of crime, a sacrifice or even a battle casualty but historians are still open to opinion.
As well as human remains stone-age flint tools, pottery, a rubbish dump and funeral pyres have been uncovered.
Ms Fox added: "This exhibition gives us the chance to talk in detail about one of the most interesting periods of Manx history"
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