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Look Into the Eyes of a Neolithic Man in This Reconstruction

A new plaster model allows us to stare directly at the face of an elite man who lived 9,500 years ago in Jericho.

December 7, 2016
12:33 PM EST
Photo: The Jericho Skull. Tell es-Sultan, Jericho, Palestinian Authority. Human bone, plaster, shell, soil. About 8200-7500 BC, Middle Pre-pottery Neolithic B period. Copyright: The Trustees of the British Museum
Photo: Side view of the reconstruction. The effect of the head binding is just visible. Copyright: Trustees of the British Museum. Photo by RN-DS partnership

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