Forensic facial reconstruction of 'Adam' from the Vasaship which sunk in 1632 by Oscar Nilsson

At the British Museum, visitors can meet the man behind the man behind a 9,500-year-old plastered skull, thanks to an extraordinary reconstruction effort.

Researchers at the British Museum have combined forensic science and the latest in scanning technology to reconstruct the face of 9,500-year-old man.

Forensic facial reconstruction of Neanderthal Man from La Chapelle-aux-Saints M.M. Gerasimov

GETTING TO KNOW YOU The 'Jericho skull' was found in Palestine by British archaeologists in 1953. The reconstructed head will be displayed in the British Museum in London.

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