The Mesolithic teen probably died some time around 2, BC, but has been recreated using advanced 3D scanning and modelling technology. Dawn was first discovered in a cave inand was named Avgi — the Greek word for Dawn — because she lived during what some consider to be the dawn of civilisation. Researchers took CT scans of Dawn's skull, and then used a 3D printer to make an exact replica for measurements.
All rights reserved. The appearance of the year-old woman, whom researchers named named Avgi, or 'Dawn,' is based on a female skull excavated from a cave occupied in 7, B. Her name is Avgi, and the last time anyone saw her face was nearly 9, years ago.
January 26, report. A team of researchers with the University of Athens and a Swedish archaeologist has reconstructed the face of a teenage girl from the Mesolithic period whose remains were found in a Greek cave. They have publicized their efforts by showcasing their work at the Acropolis Museum.
Forensic scientists have reconstructed the face of a 9,year-old female teenager based on a skull archaeologists found in a Greek cave. Experts claim that the reconstructed face reveals how much our facial features have changed over the millennia. According to National Geographicthe name of the girl is Avgi which in English translates to Dawn, a name archaeologists picked because she lived during what's considered the dawn of civilization.
Around 9, years ago, a young woman died and was buried in a cave in central Greece. Archaeologists unearthed her bones in the s, but much about the Mesolithic-era woman remains unknown: her name, her precise age, the cause of her death. Thanks to a new and meticulous facial reconstruction, however, we now have a pretty good idea of what she looked like.
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A team of scientists have reconstructed the face of a young woman who lived in a cave some nine thousand years ago in north-western Greece. The skeletal remains of ''Avgi'', or ''Dawn'' in English, as named by the team, were discovered buried in Theopetra cave, in the region of Thessaly, near Kalambaka. The skeletal remains of "Avgi", or "Dawn" in English, as named by the team, were discovered buried in Theopetra cave, in the region of Thessaly, near Kalambaka.
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