Reconstructing the faces of medieval Scots

From edinburgh.gov.uk:

A five-year project to analyse bodies discovered during an archaeological dig by the City of Edinburgh Council and Headland Archaeology has shed new light on Leithers of the past.

Forensic artists have now unveiled what the Medieval residents of the former burgh might have looked like some 500 years ago.

A team of experts from the University of Dundee (external link) carried out a painstaking process to reconstruct the faces of the 14th to 17th century remains, discovered near Constitution Street.

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