Sungir Homo sapiens

12 Oct 2017

At http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/fall-2017/article/30-000-year-old-s... ... a reconstruction of the faces of the Sungir people who lived in central Russia some 30,000 years ago, has been done (see image below). They have created a virtual reality 3D animation that is said to bring them to life ...

   ... Sungir is the northernmost prehistoric settlement of early modern humans in Europe. It is based on skeletal remains from the Palaeolithic era. The site of Sungir is a seasonal hunting camp where 80,000 artifacts have been retrieved. Many are made from mammoth bone but the teeth of foxes and stone was also in general use.