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English: Timur. Forensic facial reconstruction by M.Gerasimov. 1941
Русский: Тимур. Реконструкция по черепу М.Герасимова. 1941

Скорее всего, тело перед погребением было забальзамировано, но от сырости мумия разрушилась. Останки принадлежали крупному человеку мощного телосложения. На скелете обнаружены патологические изменения в локтевом, коленном суставах и на указательном пальце. На черепе сохранились остатки волос, усов, борода и правая бровь. Волосы были рыжего цвета с проседью. Это соответтсвует свидетельствам современников, согласно которым он был рыжебород, высок ростом, чрезвычайно силен и хром на правую ногу с сухой правой рукой после ранения.
Date August 2008
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Author Shakko


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