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Scientists have reconstructed Dante's face:
Italian scientists have made a reconstruction of the face of the poet Dante some 700 years after he died and have found some surprises, particularly about the supposed shape of his famous aquiline nose.
(Stolen from Jeff.)
Posted on January 16, 2007 in Science Project | Permalink
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