Making Faces
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Making Faces

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Forensic archaeology has come into its own in recent years. The science has been making news in odd corners of the world for being used to identify the remains of long-lost Japanese soldiers on remote Pacific islands and for examining whether 19th-century American presidents might have met with foul play. In this accessible study, archaeologists John Prag and Richard Neave...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 1st 1997 by Texas A&M University Press
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Fascinating! Neave is a leading forensic artist - he makes faces from skulls in order to help police identify victims - and archaelogists, too.
This book looks at the process he uses (different to the American and Russian methods) and some famous cases, including Philip of Macedon (Alexander the Great's father).
fascinating science that allows us to stare into the faces of our long dead ancestors
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