Reconstruction of a Neanderthal family
Among the finest examples of hominid reconstruction is this reconstruction of a Neanderthal family. On the left, is a female Neanderthal reconstruction based on the cast of the skull of Saint-Césaire. She is nicknamed “Pierrette”. In the center, the child is a Neanderthal reconstruction based on the cast of the skull of Roc-de-Marsal discovered in Dordogne, France. On the right is a reconstruction of a male Neanderthal based on the cast of the skull of La Ferrassie discovered in Dordogne, France. These striking hominid reconstructions bring prehistoric society to life as never before.