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.
An archer from Henry VIII's warship The Mary Rose is brought back to life, via facial reconstruction; the archer died on board the Mary Rose in 1545 (Swansea University). http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/478784/20130614/mary-rose-archer-facial-reconstruction-henry-viii.htm
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.