Forensics: Facial Reconstruction of a Prehistoric Man Whose Head Was Mounted on a Stake

In 2011, Swedish archaeologists found human skulls that had been mounted on stakes at an 8,000-year-old burial site, representing a behavior rarely seen among prehistoric hunter-gatherers. An incredible, computer-aided facial reconstruction finally puts a face to one of these skulls.
— Read on gizmodo.com/facial-reconstruction-of-a-prehistoric-man-whose-head-w-1844179970/amp

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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