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10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

The real Richard II - A facial reconstruction of King Richard III is unveiled by the Richard III Society on February 2013 in London, England.

Henry VIII and his six wives (in order) by reconstruction artist M.A. Ludwig

Henry VIII and his six wives (in order) by reconstruction artist M. Queen Catherine of Aragon, Queen Anne Boleyn, Queen Jane Seymour, Queen Anne of Cleves, Queen Catherine Howard and Queen Catherine Parr.

Si alguna vez te preguntaste como se veía William Shakespeare, Nefertiti o Pablo de Tarso en su época. ¡Llego el momento de saberlo! El día de hoy te vamos a mostrar 10 reconstrucciones exactas de algunos personajes de la historia.

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A facial reconstruction expert spent four hours reworking the head of King Richard III, which was removed from display at the new Richard III Visitor Centre in Leicester after DNA testing at the city’s university suggested he would have had blond hair and blue eyes.

I think I prefer the dark haired version. King Richard III – as you’ve never seen him before…

This is the face of King Richard III

The REAL face of Richard III: King who died in battle at 32 is brought back to life with reconstruction of 500-year-old skull found beneath council car park

Richard III dig: Facial reconstruction shows how king may have looked - Medieval Archives

Forensic reconstruction of President George Washington, age 57 -looking rather humourless, I have to say

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The Forensic Reconstruction of President George Washington, age 57 Looking Rather Humourless.

Richard III: and the rest is hysteria... ~ Scholars give new facts about the story of the last from Plantagenets

Richard III: and the rest is hysteria...

Richard III: and the rest is hysteria. ~ Scholars give new facts about the story of the last from Plantagenets.and Cleopatra

Henry VII.  After taking the throne, king Henry VII disarmed the nobility, a maneuver essential for consolidation and restoration of royal authority. The infamous Star Chamber was revived. He kept his promise to marry Elizabeth of York, thereby affirming his legitimacy. She bore him eight children, including the future King Henry VIII. An Historical Figure of England, Tudor Dynasty.

Portrait length color image of Henry VII aka. Henry VII of England, Harri Tudur, by George Stuart.

Scientists have reconstructed the appearance of a Neolithic leader who was buried near Stonehenge 5,500 years ago, and may have been involved in the construction of the monument.

The face of prehistoric Britain: Forensic scientist uses Neolithic man's year old skull found buried in a long barrow miles from Stonehenge, to create life-like image.

Pinning this again for King Richard's birthday today: keep his memory alive, and take him home to York!

The facial reconstruction of King Richard III produced by University of Dundee and funded by the Richard III Society

Shakespeare ,técnicas de 3D,el rostro de Shakespeare en 3D

Is this the face of Shakespeare? it's taken from a death mask. 10 Facial Reconstructions of Famous Historical Figures

Letters written by monarch suggest Richard 111 may have had a brummie accent.

Richard III probably had a Brummie accent, says language expert

Facial reconstruction reveals King Richard III’s ‘handsome’ facial features after skeleton was found under parking lot

Bach’s bust has sat on innumerable pianos for centuries, but he only posed for one portrait in his lifetime. So this reconstruction of his face—which was taken from a bronze cast of his skull—offers an interesting glimpse into the man beneath the 18th century wig. You get the same thick neck, underbite, and stern brow you see in the painting, but the reconstruction’s friendly, confused stare lacks the soul of the real man … and his music, for that matter.

Facial reconstruction of face taken from a bronze cast of his skull - German composer and musician of the Baroque period, Johann Sebastian Bach

Reconstructed face of a Viking girl. This girl died about 1100 years ago and was buried at Birka, Sweden. Her skeleton was unusually well preserved for a child and her teeth shows she was around 6 years old. The gifts put into her grave indicate she really was a girl. There was a gold and bronze clasp, a pearl necklace, a knife and a container in bone for sewing needles to take with her into the grave—expensive gifts which show her family was wealthy.

Reconstructed face of a Viking girl. This girl died about 11000 years ago and was buried at Birka, Sweden.

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