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Digital Subscriptions > History Scotland > Mar - Apr 2019 > New digital reconstruction reveals the face of an early Scottish migrant

New digital reconstruction reveals the face of an early Scottish migrant

The recent analysis of a skeleton that archaeologists named ‘Ava’, buried more than 4,000 years ago at Achavanich, shows she would have looked markedly different from her Caithness neighbours

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Top to bottom: A comparison of the earlier reconstruction (left) and the latest example; Ava’s skull
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The March/April issue of History Scotland is packed full of the latest research news and in-depth reads from experts in the fields of Scottish history, heritage and archaeology. Highlights include: 'The Stewart Queens of Scotland: Margaret of Denmark. New research on the life of Margaret, who reigned alongside James III of Scots Scottish coastal history: a wide-ranging overview of Scotland’s coastline over the centuries A guide to Agricola’s campaign in Scotland Curator review of the new Ancient Egypt Rediscovered gallery at National Museum of Scotland Underwater archaeology at Loch Tay New excavations at the prison of Mary Queen of Scots in Sheffield Castle Plus: Family history advice, archaeology dig reports and finds analysis, history of art series and lots more…​