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Reconstruction of a Vasa victim that went down with the ship on 10 Aug 1628, based on his skeletal remains found in the Vasa. The remains of at least 16 skeletons were found during excavations of the ship. None of the bodies have been able to be identified but through the study of osteology, researchers have come to probable conclusions about their appearances, etc. Crewmen, if ever, received fresh food. The result was scurvy and other deficiency diseases, and low resistance to illnesses.

Reconstruction of a Vasa victim that went down with the ship on 10 Aug 1628, based on his skeletal remains found in the Vasa. The remains of at least 16 skeletons were found during excavations of the ship. None of the bodies have been able to be identified but through the study of osteology, researchers have come to probable conclusions about their appearances, etc. Crewmen, if ever, received fresh food. The result was scurvy and other deficiency diseases, and low resistance to illnesses.

The face of prehistoric Britain: Forensic scientist uses Neolithic man's 5,500 year old skull found buried in a long barrow 1.5 miles from Stonehenge, to create life-like image.

The face of prehistoric Britain: Forensic scientist uses Neolithic man's 5,500 year old skull found buried in a long barrow 1.5 miles from Stonehenge, to create life-like image.

Reconstruction of the Scythian tattooed Ice Princess of the Altai. The tattoos are a darker blue on the mummified skin, probably they rubbed new tattoos with myrrh.

Reconstruction of the Scythian tattooed Ice Princess of the Altai. The tattoos are a darker blue on the mummified skin, probably they rubbed new tattoos with myrrh.

An attempted digital reconstruction of Cleopatra's face, based on ancient sculptures and coins.

An attempted digital reconstruction of Cleopatra's face, based on ancient sculptures and coins.

Facial reconstruction of Native American Mississippian people - Page 2

Facial reconstruction of Native American Mississippian people - Page 2

Facial reconstruction of the Clonycavan man, his hairstyle visible. Clonycavan Man is believed to have been murdered  His skull had been split open by a sharp implement. There is a deep wound on the top of his head, and parts of his brain have been found in this wound. There is also a large laceration across the bridge of his nose leading under his right eye. This is believed to be the blow that killed him. Both injuries seem to have been caused by the same sharp implement, most likely an…

Facial reconstruction of the Clonycavan man, his hairstyle visible. Clonycavan Man is believed to have been murdered His skull had been split open by a sharp implement. There is a deep wound on the top of his head, and parts of his brain have been found in this wound. There is also a large laceration across the bridge of his nose leading under his right eye. This is believed to be the blow that killed him. Both injuries seem to have been caused by the same sharp implement, most likely an…

Marcus of Eindhoven. The skeleton turned out to be that of a ten-year-old. A pierced silver coin was found lying on this skeleton; attached to which were a tiny scrap of textile and a few threads of silk. The coin was a Venetian groat dating from 1202-1342. It was not possible to date it more accurately because the rim was so worn away. Investigations showed that some DNA had been preserved in a tooth. This meant that the sex could be determined and it was a boy.

Marcus of Eindhoven. The skeleton turned out to be that of a ten-year-old. A pierced silver coin was found lying on this skeleton; attached to which were a tiny scrap of textile and a few threads of silk. The coin was a Venetian groat dating from 1202-1342. It was not possible to date it more accurately because the rim was so worn away. Investigations showed that some DNA had been preserved in a tooth. This meant that the sex could be determined and it was a boy.

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