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3D model made of Battle of Culloden Skull

A skull from a soldier killed at the Battle of Culloden in 1745 has been recreated as a 3D model.

This skull is the only know human remains from the Battle of Culloden. It is held in the collections of the Surgeon’s Hall Museum who very kindly allowed us to model it.

The individual was killed by a musket shot, and the entry and exit wound can clearly be seen on the skull.

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Story: NTS Archaeology | Photo: NTS Archaeology

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