Auning Woman: "a perfectly ordinary looking woman"

Experts at the Panum Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark have shown the world the face of the 2000-year-old Auning Woman, found in 1886 in a northeastern Jutland bog.

Sculptor Bjørn Skaarup and medical examiner Niels Lynnerup from the Panum Institute in Copenhagen used a forensic clay method to rebuild the features of the woman onto a plastic model of the original skull. The experts found her to be "neither attractive nor particularly ugly."