Adult female, aged 25-35 Died: 1360-1435 Her height, 4ft 11, is four centimetres shorter than the average height for a medieval woman in this graveyard population,

Eerie reconstructions show faces and diets of medieval men and women in Edinburgh graveyard

'The woman from the Pataud shelter,' thought to have lived between 47,000 and 17,000 years ago, was reconstructed in silicone by Elisabeth Daynes. | AFP-JIJI

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Eerie reconstructions show faces and diets of medieval men and women in Edinburgh graveyard | Culture24

Eerie reconstructions show faces and diets of medieval men and women in Edinburgh graveyard. © Courtesy City of Edinburgh Council

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