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Sir Richard Digby Neave

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Professor Prag and Richard Neave provided us with an exciting and instructional day.
I appreciated the approachable and relaxed presentation style by both Professor Prag and Richard Neave.
Richard Neave, former director of the Unit of Art in Medicine in Manchester University, and John Prag, now Honorary Professor in the Manchester Museum, have together been responsible for developing facial reconstruction as an archaeological tool.
Lecture by Richard Neave on technique and application of facial reconstruction
Demonstration of reconstruction by Richard Neave
The National CV of Britain - Science, 27 May 2013 [cached]
Facial mapping: crime detection technique to reveal face behind disguise; first used to 'umask' a villain, enabling a conviction to be secured, by Richard Neave of Manchester University. 1989 [Source: Robertson/Shell]
NESTA - Future Product Jussi, 19 Aug 2003 [cached]
The facial reconstruction was built by Richard Neave, a medical artist at Manchester University, who used a CT scan of the girl's skull to create the image.
The face of one bog body, ..., 2 Oct 2007 [cached]
The face of one bog body, Yde Girl, was reconstructed in 1993 by professor Richard Neave of Manchester University using CT scans of her head.Yde Girl and her modern reconstruction are displayed at the Drents Museum in Assen.Such reconstructions have also been made of the heads of Lindow Man (British Museum, London, United Kingdom), and Windeby Girl (Archäologisches Landesmuseum, Schleswig, Germany).
History Today-April 5th 399 [cached]
The face was reconstructed from a 1st century Jewish skull by Richard Neave, a forensic reconstruction expert at Manchester University, and aided by computer graphics used on Walking With Dinosaurs.Mr Neave added strips of clay to a plaster cast of the skull, a technique he previously used to construct the face of an unidentified victim of the King's Cross fire.
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