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Archaeology News Network: Facial reconstruction made of Bronze Age woman ‘Ava’.

So, creating a facial reconstruction based on archaeological remains is somewhat different in that a greater amount of artistic licence can be allowed.” Still fascinating, though.

08/01/16 • 12:40 PM • HistoryScholarlyScience • 1 Comment


I’m not an archeologist, but wouldn’t blue eyes and red hair push her rather far down the distribution tail?

Posted by Emmett on 08/01/16 at 01:20 PM


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