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The Jericho Skull

A plastered human skull; the skull was taken as the base and the features of the face were modelled on it in plaster. One eye is made from a bivalve shell divided in two. The other has one, smaller, complete shell in place and is missing its twin.

Culture/period: Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (8500 BC- 6000BC)

Height: 17 centimetres Width: 14.6 centimetres Depth: 18 centimetres Weight: 3.4 kilograms Collection online record

Google Cultural Institute

Created from 138 photographs (Nikon D5100/ OnePlus3 mobile) and Photoscan by Daniel Pett.

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The Jericho Skull

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