British researchers have restored appearance of the ancient Roman, whose remains were found in a village Karlion near Newport in Wales. Reconstruct the face of a man helped the modern methods used in forensic science. Roman portrait was presented at the Museum National Roman Legion Museum.
Rich Roman remains were found in November 1995, during the construction works. According to scientists, the man allegedly died in 200 years. BC at the age of 40 years. His remains were buried in a large stone sarcophagus.
The study of the skeleton men started 3 years ago. At the first stage the specialists had enamel isotopic analysis of one of his teeth. The analysis showed that a person grew up in Wales. As a rule, while the remains of the dead cremated, but the deceased was buried in a stone sarcophagus, which testifies to its wealth. According to the assumptions of scientists, the man could own a farm, delivering products to the then existing Roman fortress Karlion, which were quartered 6 tys.legionerov.