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Reconstrução Facial Forense, senhor Y. Machado & Moraes (2013)

http://www.blendernation.com/2013/03/17/faces-of-evolution-exhibition-of-facial-forensic-reconstructions-of-hominids/

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.it/2013/03/homo-habilis-forensic-facial.html

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.com.br/2013/06/paranthropus-boisei-forensic-facial.html

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.com.br/2013/02/henry-iv-forensic-facial-reconstruction.html

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.com.br/2013/01/from-youtube-to-blender-forensic-facial.html

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.com.br/2013/01/from-youtube-to-blender-forensic-facial.html

Curso de Extensão Reconstrução Facial Forense para Arqueologia Instrutor: Cícero Moraes 3D Artist and Animator Ementa: Introdução as técnicas de reconstituição facial forence a partir de softwares livres.

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.com.br/2013/01/from-youtube-to-blender-forensic-facial.html

http://arc-team-open-research.blogspot.it/2013/03/homo-habilis-forensic-facial.html

This is Cherchen Man. He stood about six feet tall, had light hair and fair skin, and he lived about 3,000 years ago in what is today the Xinjiang region of western China. He sports facial tattoos. And the world’s oldest surviving pair of pants. He’s among a group of mummies found in the Tarim Basin dating from between about 1900 B.C. and 200 A.D

Denmark (Ancient Göte) Iron Age Bog man

Map of sequence of human colonisation of Planet Earth based on Mitochondrial DNA.jpg

Man selling mummies in Egypt, 1875

An adult female Australopithecus sediba in comparison to one of us

Homo Naledi via npr: National Geographic paleoartist John Gurche used fossils from a South African cave to reconstruct the face of Homo naledi, the newest addition to the genus Homo. Listen to the story. #Science #Evolution #Homo_Naledi

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GROUP OF ELEVEN EGYPTIAN EPIPALEOLITHIC STONE TOOLS Including scrapers and arrow heads of brown flint. Ex old collection, Bochum, Germany. Ca. 10,000-7,000 BC