Astronomer Tycho Brahe 'Not Poisoned', Says Expert
Brahe was thought to have died of a bladder infection, but a previous exhumation found traces of mercury in hair from his beard. However, the most recent tests have found the levels of mercury were not high enough to have killed him.
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