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Sir Richard Digby Neave

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Richard Neave trained as an artist, and joined the Middlesex Hospital, London, in 1957 to study as a Medical Artist, taking a full-time appointment at the University of Manchester as a Medical Artist in 1959, becoming director of the Unit of Art in Medicine in 1990. He became involved in the study of ancient Egyptian Mummies at the University's Museum in 1973, and as part of this project he reconstructed the faces of three ancient Egyptians. The resulting publication drew the attention of other institutions around the world to this work, not merely archaeologists but also the police. He has been a 'guest' of police and law enforcement authorities in Russia, China, South Africa and South America, to name but a few! He maintains a number of teaching commitments, both in the UK and overseas, and continues to lecture at meetings throughout the world.
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The Macedonian Digest
www.maknews.com, 1 Feb 2007 [cached]
University of Bristol anatomist Jonathan Musgrave, along with British archaeologist John Prag and medical illustrator Richard Neave, both of the University of Manchester, had identified the skeleton as that of Philip II, based on damage to the skull, caused, they believed, when an arrow penetrated Philip's right eye either during the siege of Methone or while the king was inspecting the Macedonian siege mechanisms in 354 B.C.
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According to paleoanthropologist Antonis Bartsiokas of the Anaximandrian Institute of Human Evolution at the Democritus University of Thrace in Voula, Greece, and assistant professor at the Democritus who used a technique called macrophotography to study the skeleton in meticulous detail, the features identified by Musgrave, Prag, and Neave are simply normal anatomical quirks, accentuated by the effects of cremation and a poor reassembly of the remains.
The National CV of Britain - Science
www.thenationalcv.org.uk, 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
www.nesta.org, 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.
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