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Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. The human face; 2. The history of facial reconstruction; 3. The skull; 4. Relationship between the hard and soft tissues of the face; 5. Facial tissue depth measurement; 6. The Manchester method of facial reconstruction; 7. The accuracy of facial reconstruction; 8. Juvenile facial reconstruction; References.
CAROLINE WILKINSON is a Facial Anthropologist and Unit Manager of the Unit of Art in Medicine at the University of Manchester.
From the hardback review: 'The book achieves its goal to provide an authoritative resource for a small yet complex and highly significant part in identifying the deceased. By filling the gaps left by other reference texts and presenting an overview of so many disciplines, this work will be a useful addition to the bookshelves of many professionals.' International Journal of Osteoarchaeology From the hardback review: '... detailed information about the history of facial reconstruction ... gives the reader a good impression of how to use this method in field and what problems you have to deal with. By collecting all research data of facial tissue depth and trying to establish rules and standards of facial reconstruction, the book can also be helpful for scientists and artists who are working in this field ...' HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology