Archaeology Group Uses Skull To Digitally Reconstruct Face Of Scottish Man Who Lived 600 Years Ago

October 23, 2019

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This is a digital reconstruction of the face of SK125 (Skeleton 125), a medieval man who lived in Scotland approximately 600 years ago and was buried in Aberdeen. According to researchers at the AOC Archaeology Group, he's estimated to have been around 46 years old and between 5'2" and 5'5", and not actually from Aberdeen, but possibly the "northwest Highlands or Outer Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland." So, if you were wondering if humans lived alongside cartoon characters in Scotland 600 years ago, the answer is yes.

Keep going for just a shot of the process of just how they came up with this particular reconstruction while I inform this man I believe his friends said they were headed to Mordor.

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Thanks to DT, who agrees, well, at least he wasn't claymore'd.

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