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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…

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.

Egyptian Mummy dates from the twenty second or twenty third dynasty, about 945–715 BC.

Egyptian mummy reconstructions.

Egyptian Mummy dates from the twenty second or twenty third dynasty, about BC.

3D facial reconstruction and visualization of ancient Egyptian mummies using spiral CT data - Soft tissues reconstruction and textures application

facial reconstruction and visualization of ancient Egyptian mummies using spiral CT data - Soft tissues reconstruction and textures application

"The homes of the early Etruscans... were simple, even for the wealthy or ruling classes. They were small familiar huts constructed on the axial plan of a central hall with an open skylight. It is believed that the Temple of Vesta was, in form, copied from the these early dwellings because the worship of Vesta began in individual homes. The huts were probably made of mud and wood with thatched roofs and a centre opening for the hearth's smoke to escape..." (via Capitolium on FB)

"The homes of the early Etruscans... were simple, even for the wealthy or ruling classes. They were small familiar huts constructed on the axial plan of a central hall with an open skylight. It is believed that the Temple of Vesta was, in form, copied from the these early dwellings because the worship of Vesta began in individual homes. The huts were probably made of mud and wood with thatched roofs and a centre opening for the hearth's smoke to escape..." (via Capitolium on FB)

25-35 y/o Woman, Reconstructed from Remains via the Schuyler Flatts Project. Courtesy of the New York State Museum

y/o Woman, Reconstructed from Remains via the Schuyler Flatts Project. Courtesy of the New York State Museum

The mummy of Sensaos, a Roman era girl, dates from 109 AD. The mummy itself is plainly wrapped. Scientists were able to take images of Sensaos's head and reconstruct her face. This is now displayed along with her mummy.

The mummy of Sensaos, a Roman era girl, dates from 109 AD. The mummy itself is plainly wrapped. Scientists were able to take images of Sensaos's head and reconstruct her face. This is now displayed along with her mummy.

stage by stage the facial reconstruction of an 11-year-old girl whose skull was unearthed in excellent condition from a mass grave with victims of the Plague that struck Athens of 430 BC.

stage by stage the facial reconstruction of an girl whose skull was unearthed in excellent condition from a mass grave with victims of the Plague that struck Athens of 430 BC.

A hyper-realistic sculpture by French artist Elisabeth Daynès reconstructs a teenage boy named Minidris who was mummified centuries ago in ancient Egypt.

Elisabeth Daynès' reconstruction of 14 year old Egyptian boy Minidris, who died 2500 years.

What did ancient Northern Europeans look like? - Page 2.   Skane,Southern Sweden 9000 year old reconstruction of Backaskogskvinnan

What did Paleolithic/Mesolithic Europeans look like? Reconstruction of a mesolithic woman found in southern Sweden.

Leasowe ManThe Leasowe Man skull is the oldest skull found in Merseyside. The skull and remains were found under a peat bog by workers in 1864. Sir Edward Cust, the owner of Leasowe Castle donated the skull to the Royal College of Surgeons that same year. Radiocarbon dating places the age of the remains around the 4th century. Today the skull is in the care of the Natural History Museum in London

The Many Faces of the Middle Ages: Medieval Facial Reconstruction

Face of girl, bog body from Northern Germany, 2600 years old, who has been named "Moora". Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Face of girl, bog body from Northern Germany, 2600 years old, who has been named "Moora". She is believed to have died around 650 B.

Crédit : Josh Harker

En vidéo : découvrez le visage de Meresamun, la prêtresse de Luxor

Using crystal-clear images from Meresamun's historic scans, two forensic artists reconstruct the face of a Egyptian priestess

Pompeii Bella Donna, reconstructed victim.

A virtual reconstruction of a year-old prehistoric woman’s face -- Based on a scull found at Xagħra Stone Circle in Gozo -- Circa 3000 BCE

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