Eerie reconstructions show faces and diets of medieval men and women in Edinburgh graveyard | Culture24

Eerie reconstructions show faces and diets of medieval men and women in Edinburgh graveyard. © Courtesy City of Edinburgh Council

A facial reconstruction expert has spent four hours reworking the head of King Richard III, which was removed from display at the new visitor centre dedicated to him in Leicester after DNA testing at the city’s university suggested he would have had blond hair and blue eyes.

I think I prefer the dark haired version. King Richard III – as you’ve never seen him before…

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Newsletter 52 The Reconstruction of Meritamun's Face Forensic Facial…

Newsletter 52 The Reconstruction of Meritamun Face Forensic Facial Reconstruction of a mummified head

The skeleton of this young African woman was recovered during an archaeological excavation in Talbot County, Maryland. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sculpted bust by StudioEIS based on a forensic facial reconstruction by forensic artist Joanna Hughes. The skeleton of this young African woman was recovered during an archaeological excavation in Talbot County, Maryland.

A reconstruction from the bones of a teenage girl excavated in Jamestown, VA. by William Kelso, chief archeologist at the Jamestown Rediscovery Project. Her bones prove the first permanent British settlers in North America turned to cannibalism over the cruel winter of 1609-10. "The evidence is absolutely consistent with dismemberment and de-fleshing of this body," said Doug Owsley, a forensic anthropologist.

American settlers 'turned cannibal'

Study: Jamestown settlers resorted to cannibalism The 'starving time' was the winter of when of the colonists died.

Forensic facial reconstruction of another Australopithecus species - A. afarensis. Image credit: Cicero Moraes / CC BY-SA 3.0.Nicknamed Little Foot, the fossil on which this reconstruction is based is dated to 3.67 million years ago

Forensic facial reconstruction of another Australopithecus species - A. Image credit: Cicero Moraes / CC BY-SA Little Foot, the fossil on which this reconstruction is based is dated to million years ago

The face of a Pictish man who was "brutally killed" 1,400 years ago has been reconstructed by Dundee University researchers. Archaeologists found the man's skeleton buried in a recess of a cave in the Black Isle, Ross-shire.

Pict murder victim's face reconstructed

Welshman Owain Glyndwr was the last crowned Prince of Wales. He was proclaimed Prince in September 1400.

Welshman Owain Glyndwr was the last crowned Prince of Wales. He was proclaimed Prince in September

3D Forensic facial reconstruction, Visualforensic 2013 feb by Philippe FROESCH. Forensic facial reconstruction of former french king Henri IV killed in 1610, and based on the CTscan database of his skull. Made with Cinema 4D R13, VrayForC4D and Zbrush.

Forensic facial reconstruction, Visualforensic 2013 feb by Philippe FROESCH. Forensic facial reconstruction of former french king Henri IV killed in and based on the CTscan database of his skull. Made with Cinema and Zbrush.

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