Ancient Pict’s face reconstructed

Archaeologists have digitally recreated the face of an ancient Pict uncovered in Highland Perthshire.

In 1986, a long cist burial was dug up in Bridge of Tilt near Blair Atholl, where excavators discovered the skeleton of a man in his forties. Analysis at the time found the man was used to hard work, and lived around 340 to 615 AD, making this one of the earliest Pictish graves ever discovered. Read more.

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