Restored the face of a teenage girl from prehistoric Greece
Dawn, or dawn as it was called after 9,000 years, was a serious girl, with the face of a brutal, but not without amenities. This follows from the reconstruction of the face of a teenager whose remains of Mesolithic era was found in Greece.
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Reconstruction was carried out by the orthodontist Manolis Papagrigorakis. The name Zarya was given to the stranger because she lived at the dawn of Greek civilization, circa 7000 BC the Bones were discovered in 1993 in the cave Theopetra in Central Greece. To restore the appearance was attracted by an international team, as well as special Swedish laboratory, reports Greek Reporter.
The skull and teeth of the girl is preserved exceptionally well. Judging by the bones, Dawn was 15 years old, while the teeth gave her the age of 18, plus or minus a year. The remains also revealed she suffered from anemia and lack of vitamins.