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The reconstructed face of a Medieval man whose remains were found in Aberdeen has become a new meme.
Researchers from the AOC Archaeology Group used facial reconstruction technology to produce an image of the man, who lived 600 years ago and is thought to have suffered from extensive dental disease.
On social media, people started putting forward their suggestions for who the face looked like.
This Medieval man just told BBC News "we voted leave so we should just LEAVE" https://t.co/KON1v414bm — James Felton (@James Felton)
Honestly thought this was going to be a story about another Giuliani pal. https://t.co/c2U68YJDFL — Schooley (@Schooley)
Dominic Cummings briefs journalists that it isn't him, despite similar size of head. https://t.co/QoqrhU3UM8 — David Baddiel (@David Baddiel)
Number 10 source? https://t.co/rUIBl2iPV4 — James Doleman (@James Doleman)
turns out we evolved to get our faces bigger within our faces. by the end of this century, our faces will have gone… https://t.co/FQn6wh8Sv3 — Alice Lowe (@Alice Lowe)
not hot!! how sad... https://t.co/969JlExxtl — JP (@JP)
Maybe in 600 years time someone will dig up one of our skeletons and everyone will get to laugh at us on whatever god-forsaken website people use in the future.
imagine being made fun of for your weird face for your whole life, you die, someone digs you up hundreds of years l… https://t.co/ZKGFebYHt9 — Ed (@Ed)
Hopefully they’ll be able to make some good memes out of it as well.
@AxelCampbell @BBCScotlandNews https://t.co/WDCLydtXJ5 — Sarah. (@Sarah.)
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