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Anne Boleyn facial reconstruction, THIS is so very fascinating. It is amazing to be able to put a face to such an infamous person in History.

Anne Boleyn facial reconstruction, THIS is so very fascinating. It is amazing to be able to put a face to such an infamous person in History.

Amazing Facial Reconstructions of 13 Famous People in History. Now We’ve a Closer Idea What They Really Look Like

Amazing Facial Reconstructions of 13 Famous People in History. Now We've a Closer Idea What They Really Look Like

Amazing Facial Reconstructions of 13 Famous People in History. Now We’ve a Closer Idea What They Really Look Like

In connection with his research on Eleanor Talbot and the CF2 bones found  at the Norwich Carmel, John has commissioned facial reconstructions of the  CF2 skull. But he also decided to explore whether a facial reconstruction  could be commissioned of Eleanor Talbot’s equally famous niece, Anne  Mowbray, Duchess of York and Norfolk.  Although Anne and Eleanor would never have met (because Anne was born four  years after Eleanor’s death), Anne was the daughter of Eleanor’s sister,  Elizabeth…

The Facial Reconstruction of Anne Mowbray

In connection with his research on Eleanor Talbot and the CF2 bones found at the Norwich Carmel, John has commissioned facial reconstructions of the CF2 skull. But he also decided to explore whether a facial reconstruction could be commissioned of Eleanor Talbot’s equally famous niece, Anne Mowbray, Duchess of York and Norfolk. Although Anne and Eleanor would never have met (because Anne was born four years after Eleanor’s death), Anne was the daughter of Eleanor’s sister, Elizabeth…

Is this Queen Nefertiti? With Egyptology, one can never be sure, but archeologist Joann Fletcher made a strong case that a mummy found in a sealed crypt may be the queen. For the facial reconstruction, two British forensic experts worked blind and came up with the above rendering without knowing whose skull it was. It bears a strong resemblance to the famous bust of the queen.

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

Is this Queen Nefertiti? With Egyptology, one can never be sure, but archeologist Joann Fletcher made a strong case that a mummy found in a sealed crypt may be the queen. For the facial reconstruction, two British forensic experts worked blind and came up with the above rendering without knowing whose skull it was. It bears a strong resemblance to the famous bust of the queen.

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures | Mental Floss

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures | Mental Floss

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures--The Real "Saint Nick." Santa was black too!! I love it.

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures--The Real "Saint Nick." Santa was black too!! I love it.

Forensic facial reconstructions of King Pere II of Anjou (d 1285) (L) Queen Blanca de Anjou (d1310) from their skeletal remains. TheQueen is shown both with and without the makeup that was found on her (without makeup (C), with makeup (R) )

Forensic facial reconstructions of King Pere II of Anjou (d 1285) (L) Queen Blanca de Anjou (d1310) from their skeletal remains. TheQueen is shown both with and without the makeup that was found on her (without makeup (C), with makeup (R) )

Cleopatra hated her half-sister Arsinoe IV so much she had her dragged out of the temple of Artemis and murdered. Now researchers say they have discovered what may be Arisone’s body, based on the shape of the tomb, carbon dating, and other factors. The resulting facial reconstruction shows a petite teenager of European and African blood. And yeah, maybe this is closer to what Arsinoe would look like if she were trapped in The Sims.

10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

Cleopatra hated her half-sister Arsinoe IV so much she had her dragged out of the temple of Artemis and murdered. Now researchers say they have discovered what may be Arisone’s body, based on the shape of the tomb, carbon dating, and other factors. The resulting facial reconstruction shows a petite teenager of European and African blood. And yeah, maybe this is closer to what Arsinoe would look like if she were trapped in The Sims.

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