Exclusive: Face of Ancient Queen Revealed for the First Time | National Geographic

Scientists reconstructed the face of a Peruvian queen nearly 1,200 years after her death. Using a 3D print of her skull as a base, her facial features were rebuilt by hand. Found in 2012, the woman was buried in a tomb that also contained 57 other noblewomen.
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Exclusive: Face of Ancient Queen Revealed for the First Time | National Geographic
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