Experts have reconstructed the face of Simon of Sudbury, the Archbishop of Canterbury who was beheaded in a peasant revolt in 1381.
After being beheaded, his head was placed on a spike atop Tower Bridge. It is believed that someone rescued the head and brought it to St. Gregory's church in Sudbury, England.
Simon's partially-mummified skull was used to guide the reconstruction and create a flesh-and-blood likeness. The skull still shows evidence of his gruesome death. [photo]