This is the face belonging to an ancient skeleton buried in Roman times, created using the latest 3D reconstruction technology.
The so-called ‘Beachy Head Lady’ – because she was discovered in the East Sussex beauty spot – had her face recreated using craniofacial reconstruction techniques.
Her skeleton was first discovered in Beachy Head 1953, and she is thought to have lived around 245 AD- the middle of the Roman period in Britain.
Unusually Beachy Head Lady is from sub-Saharan Africa which was outside of the Roman Empire.
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