The FACES collaborates closely with the archaeologists, anatomists, paleoanthropologists and radiologists. The FACES offers facial reconstruction services to museums, institutions and local law enforcement. FACES members have performed several facial reconstructions in forensic and archaeological contexts.

For more information, please contact Dr. Özgür Bulut (oezguer.bulut@uni-tuebingen.de) or Dr. Michael Franken (michael.francken@uni-tuebingen.de).

Here are some of the facial reconstruction works performed by members of the FACES;

  1. Cro-Magnon, 2017, Upper Paleolithic (Magdalenian) double burial, Haus der Hoch Kultur, Troisdorf, Germany
  2. Tios Soldier, 2015, Ancient Tios city, Milesians in the 7th cent. B.C, Zonguldak
  3. Amorium Man I, 2017, The Byzantine City of Amorium, Early Middle Ages, Amorium Archaeological Excavation
  4. Amorium Man II, 2017, The Byzantine City of Amorium, Early Middle Ages, Amorium Archaeological Excavation
  5. Sagalassos Man, 2018, Sagalassos Archaeological Project, KU Leuven University, Belgium
  6. Sagalassos Woman, 2019, Sagalassos Archaeological Project, KU Leuven University, Belgium