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A reconstruction based on the body of an ancient Carthaginian man from Tunisia. According to a funerary inscription, his name was Arish, "The beloved one."

A reconstruction based on the body of an ancient Carthaginian man from Tunisia. According to a funerary inscription, his name was Arish, "The beloved one."

Lamb with human-like features including eyes, nose and mouth is born on a farm in Russia

Lamb with human-like features including eyes, nose and mouth is born on a farm in Russia

Remains: Luttra Woman, dubbed "Hallonflickan" (“Raspberry Girl"), died 5000 years ago. With the help of a doll-maker and modern technology, Falbygdens Museum re-created her face for an exhibition. Her #bones were found in 1943, in the Rogestorps bog, outside of Falköping, Sweden. They showed that “Raspberry Girl” probably died a violent death, perhaps from a flint arrowhead; her stomach was full of raspberry seeds at the time. She was 20 - 25 years old.

Remains: Luttra Woman, dubbed "Hallonflickan" (“Raspberry Girl"), died 5000 years ago. With the help of a doll-maker and modern technology, Falbygdens Museum re-created her face for an exhibition. Her #bones were found in 1943, in the Rogestorps bog, outside of Falköping, Sweden. They showed that “Raspberry Girl” probably died a violent death, perhaps from a flint arrowhead; her stomach was full of raspberry seeds at the time. She was 20 - 25 years old.

Lindow Man, naturally-preserved bog body of an Iron Age man, discovered in a peat bog at Lindow Moss, Mobberley side of the border with Wilmslow, Cheshire, northwest England, on August 1, 1984 by commercial peat-cutters. At the time, the body was dubbed "Pete Marsh" (a pun on "peat marsh") by Middlesex Hospital radiologists which was then adopted by local journalists.   Dated at approx 50 AD, freeze dried and exhibited in England.

Lindow Man, naturally-preserved bog body of an Iron Age man, discovered in a peat bog at Lindow Moss, Mobberley side of the border with Wilmslow, Cheshire, northwest England, on August 1, 1984 by commercial peat-cutters. At the time, the body was dubbed "Pete Marsh" (a pun on "peat marsh") by Middlesex Hospital radiologists which was then adopted by local journalists. Dated at approx 50 AD, freeze dried and exhibited in England.

Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder case is finally solved: Forensic scientists reveal identity of 19-year-old European shot in a Virg...

Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder case is finally solved: Forensic scientists reveal identity of 19-year-old European shot in a Virginia duel in 1624

Colonial America's oldest unsolved murder case is finally solved: Forensic scientists reveal identity of 19-year-old European shot in a Virg...

A teenage Jamestown boy whose face has been reconstructed from his skull. He may have died in 1607 when hit by an arrow in the femur. On further investigation, forensic scientists believe this may have been a blessing, as he was probably living a life in agony before he was shot. An infection from a broken abscessed tooth had spread with cosequences that would likely have been fatal in 1607.

A teenage Jamestown boy whose face has been reconstructed from his skull. He may have died in 1607 when hit by an arrow in the femur. On further investigation, forensic scientists believe this may have been a blessing, as he was probably living a life in agony before he was shot. An infection from a broken abscessed tooth had spread with cosequences that would likely have been fatal in 1607.

A forensic reconstruction of a woman who lived 47.000 to 17.000 years ago at Abri-Pataud, France.

How our ancestors really looked (and dressed)

A forensic reconstruction of a woman who lived 47.000 to 17.000 years ago at Abri-Pataud, France.

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