Mexican Experts to Reconstruct Face of Pre-Columbian Man

Mexican National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, experts will reconstruct the face of an individual who lived some 700 years ago from pre-Columbian skeletal remains, officials said.

Mexican Experts to Reconstruct Face of Pre-Columbian Man

The skeleton was recovered 35 years ago in the western Mexican state of Michoacan and belonged to the elite of the western culture, according to studies made by the INAH and the National Autonomous University of Mexico, or UNAM.

Studies have been made of the facial bones of the skull, found in a field of the Ario de Rayon municipality and taken to the Michoacan Regional Museum, to determine the characteristics of the individual it belonged to, INAH restorer Luisa Mainou, said.

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