Reconstruction of Neanderthal with child made by Adrie and Alfons Kennis
Adrie and Alfons Kennis, artists in two-dimensional and three-dimensional paleontological reconstructions
The Making of a Caveman
The face of Neanderthal on the cover of this issue of <i>Answers</i> was sculpted and designed over a plaster cast of an actual Neanderthal skull.
This discovery of a fibrous dysplasia predates previous evidence of this tumor by well over 100,000 years. Prior to this research, the earliest known bone cancers occurred in samples approximately...
Ancient Pict facial reconstruction created from one of Scotland's earliest Pictish graves
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Meet Meritamun, the Egyptian mummy who died 2,000 years ago
The team at the University of Melbourne determined that Meritamun was a high status woman between 18 and 25 years old, and suffered from anaemia and tooth abscesses during her short life.
Egyptian mummy reconstructions.
I’m in an Egyptian mood this week. There have been a few reconstructions of Egyptian mummies, and I’ve done my best to track them all down. Lets start with the really big names first. R…
These facial reconstructions reveal 40,000 years of English ancestry
As the U.K. wrestles with issues of identity and nationalism around Brexit, a new exhibit is putting fresh faces on the region's ancient residents.
Four-thousand year old gold-adorned skeleton found near Windsor
Archaeologists, excavating near the Royal Borough, have discovered the 4400 year old skeleton of an upper class woman