An archaeologist reconstructs the face of Julio César

To achieve this, he started with a marble bust. Since the piece in question has fractures in the nose and chin, the study of César’s head has been completed with other busts preserved in other museums in Europe. The technique used has combined digital and physical elements to obtain a…

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Extremely rare evidence of the Roman crucifixion discovered in Italy (ENG)

Although attested in dozens of historical writings, this skeleton is only the second example that provides tangible archaeological evidence of the cruel method of capital punishment. “In the specific case, despite the poorly preserved conditions, we were able to demonstrate the presence of signs on the skeleton that indicate a…

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Art carved in Las Regueras more than 13,000 years ago

It consists of two pieces of Magdalenian furniture, a stalk and an antler point of cervids, in which the engraved figures are observed with a burin of three reindeer, a goat and another deer, in addition to other signs of extraordinary perfection.

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Art carved in Las Regueras more than 13,000 years ago

It consists of two pieces of Magdalenian furniture, a stalk and an antler point of cervids, in which the engraved figures are observed with a burin of three reindeer, a goat and another deer, in addition to other signs of extraordinary perfection.

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