From the Independent:
Revealed: the face of the first European
35,000-year-old skull fragments found in Romania are made flesh by scientists
By Steve Connor, Science Editor
Monday, 4 May 2009
Forensic artist Richard Neave used skull and jawbone fragments found in a cave to build this likeness of an early European.
This is the face of the first anatomically-modern human to live in Europe. It belonged to a man – or woman – who inhabited the ancient forests of the Carpathian Mountains in what is now Romania about 35,000 years ago.