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Reconstruction of Russian archaeological findings

Reconstruction of Russian archaeological findings, to be more precise a reconstruction of Russian faces from remains that were found in tombs and alike. This will give you a chance to take a look how people used to look in Russian during medieval times and to be honest they do not look any different from today if you ignore the clothing of the time they date from. In this article you will see the faces of Russian nobility that was well preserved so enjoy our little interesting archeological Slavic gallery:
Great princess Elena Glinskaya (1510 – 1538)
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Great princess Evdokiya Dmitrievna (1350/1355 – 1407)
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Marfa Vasil’evna Sobakina (1552-1571)
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Godunova Irina Fedorovna
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Great princess Sofia Paleolog (1443/1448 – 1503)
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Great princess Evdokiya. Died in 1407.
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