The images reveal just how the composer may have looked like in real life.
The cutting-edge device, which can be used for full-colour printing using multiple materials, can be used to create sophisticated models used in dentistry, such as an anatomical model of a human head.
The monumental tomb containing the remains of the 20-30-year-old, was surrounded by a trench separating it from the rest of the necropolis. Unlike the other burials around it, the body wasn’t burnt.
Now something of a concrete jungle Bródno was once a fortified settlement that has a prime spot in the history of Warsaw.
Discovered at the end of the 20th century lying on a beach surrounded by jewellery, a 3D printing firm from Warsaw say they can now bring her woman ‘back to life’ by reconstructing her face.
The new project by researchers at the University of Łódź will see the remains of 200 people digitised and put online.