Making Faces: Using Forensic and Archaeological Evidence

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Trustees of the British Museum, 1997 - Archaeology - 256 pages
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An account of the scientific process of making facial reconstructions from skeletons, which reveals how evidence drawn from dentists, geneticists, archaeologists, radiologists and historians can be used to recreate a facial likeness of someone who died centuries ago.

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Fascinating stuff. Made me wish I had a single artistic bone in my body, as this whole reconstruction scene would be a personal ideal career. Alas! Not an artist. This is an immensely readable book ... Read full review

Making faces: using forensic and archaeological evidence

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Written for the general reader with an interest in the ancient world rather than for the forensic anthropologist, this work details the collaborative efforts of archaeologist Prag and medical artist ... Read full review


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