A company called Parabon has worked with the Max Planck Institute to recreate three faces of ancient Egyptian mummies. Two mummies are from Ancient Egypt proper, either the 3rd Intermediate Period or Late Period (776–569 BC and 769–560 BC), and the most recent mummy is from Greco-Roman Egypt, during the Ptolemaic dynasty (97–2 BC). Two of the samples, the oldest and most recent, have noteworthy Southern European ancestry.

The article title lied, by the way. There really isn’t much analysis to share, it’s all in the one image below.

All in all, pretty cool stuff.