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THE FACE OF THE GUANCHE: THE ABORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF THE CANARY ISLANDS

Reconstruction of Guanche Individual XXVI A 49
2018

This is the completed craniofacial reconstruction of Guanche remains XXVI A 49. This is the full reconstruction process, completed using a three dimensional sculpting software. The remains subject to this reconstruction were found in a cave on the largest Canary Island, Tenerife. The subject is an adult male; the exact age unknown. The remains now permanently reside at the Anatomical Museum, University of Edinburgh.

For more information regarding the Guanche ancestral origin, please follow the link

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