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Riassunto: Facial reconstruction brings together the work of numerous specialists ranging from archaeologists to geneticists. Prag and Neave consider both the historical implications and the modern applications of this important new technique
Recensione: 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 look into the world of "making faces"--reconstructing human forms from bits of bone, giving physical presence to the long-since dead. Among their subjects are King Midas of ancient Greek legend and the famous "bog man" of Lindow Moss, England.
Titolo: Making Faces: Using Forensic and ...
Casa editrice: British Museum Press
Data di pubblicazione: 1905
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro British Museum Press, 1905. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 256 pages. 9.20x5.90x0.80 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 1422390209