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Four-thousand year old gold-adorned skeleton found near Windsor
4400 year old gold-adorned skeleton of an upper class woman ruling elite. She is the earliest known woman adorned with such treasures ever found in Britain. The individual, 40, was wearing a necklace of folded sheet gold, amber and lignite beads, just a century or two after the construction of Stonehenge Even the buttons, thought to have been used to secure the upper part of her now long-vanished burial garment, were made of amber. She also appears to have worn a bracelet of lignite beads.
Ancient Pict facial reconstruction created from one of Scotland's earliest Pictish graves
The Ancient Pict facial reconstruction. Body of a cist burial was uncovered at Bridge of Tilt near Blair Atholl in the Highlands, dating to 340-615AD, making it one of the earliest Pictish graves found in Scotland.reconstruction