Facial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine. Credit: Northwest UniversityFacial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine. Credit: Northwest University
Facial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine. Credit: Northwest University

Could these be the faces of the murdered wife and son of China’s first emperor Qin Shi Huang?

Facial reconstruction technology helps bring back to life two possible victims of a notorious royal massacre whose dismembered remains were found at the site of the terracotta warriors

Topic |   China Society
Facial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine. Credit: Northwest UniversityFacial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine. Credit: Northwest University
Facial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine. Credit: Northwest University
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