Archeologists Rebuilt The Face Of A Man Who Lived 700 Years Ago
Even though today’s archeology is usually investing its resources into finding out more about the rich people’s lives, this unique team at Cambridge University’s Division of Archeology played a different game. Specialists at the Dundee’s Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification decided to focus on how the lower class used to live.
The main point of this project called “After the plague: health and history in medieval Cambridge” is to discover how poor people worked, lived and even looked in the past. One of their most ambitious projects is facial reconstruction, which takes a bunch of techniques, time and study.