The bronze script of character Body is
Same as clerical script.
The simplified song typeface of the character is
Which is from nowhere. The left is radical Person, the right is character Root (Post 78). It has nothing to do with the older scripts, or the traditional song typeface. I can only guess that the character means "A person's root" = "A person's body", which changes to ideogram character, not pictographic character.
The Pinyin of the character is Ti3.
Because character 身，and character 体, both means Body with very subtle difference, so people use 身体 （combination of the two characters) as a word-form to mean Body. There are many this kind words formed by two characters with very similar meaning, to avoid any confusion.