The head of, Simon of Sudbury, an Archbishop of Canterbury in the 14th century, has been reconstructed using his partically mummified head. Seen as responsible for introducing the third poll tax, Simon met a grisly end when insurgents stormed the Tower of London during the Peasants' Revolt, or the Great Rising of 1381.
A hospital in Barcelona has developed technology which allows archaeologists to reconstructed the faces of Egyptian of a 2,000-year-old mummy. I've looked everywhere for a photo to accompany this story. If you come across any photos, please post the links in A Forum About History and I'll replace the
Scientists have reconstructed a face belonging to one of the first early European humans. 'It's really quite bizarre. I'm a scientist and objective but I look at that face and think "Gosh, I'm actually looking at the face of somebody from 40,000 years ago" and there's something weirdly moving about that,'