3D printed reconstruction of 10,000-year-old man’s face sparks revelation about ancient Brits

3D printed reconstruction of 10,000-year-old man's face sparks revelation about ancient Brits

Thanks to advanced DNA research and 3D printing technologies, we now know what one of the earliest British people looks like. A team from London’s Natural History Museum and University College London has just unveiled a highly realistic 3D model of the famous Cheddar Man. Discovered in 1903 in Cheddar Grove, Somerset, Cheddar Man is the oldest full human skeleton ever found in England. He is believed to have lived during the Mesolithic Period (circa 7150 BC). And though certain things were known about the man that became the famous skeleton—a large lesion in his skull suggested he suffered […]

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