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About sharing image copyrightFacelab image captionAbbot John was one of the most powerful ecclesiastical fixers of his day, according to the dean of St Albans the Very Rev Dr Jeffrey John A facial reconstruction has depicted the "impish" features of a powerful churchman whose skeleton was dug up at St Albans Cathedral. The remains, unearthed inwere found to be those of Abbot John of Wheathampstead, who died in Reconstructed by university experts, it is claimed to be the first face of a 15th Century figure to be revealed in this way since Richard III's in Dean Dr Jeffrey John said the abbot had been brought "startlingly to life". Dr John said the image "immediately invites us to read his character from his features".

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Abbot John's body will be laid to rest again at St Albans Cathedral on a date yet to be frienrs. Reconstructed by university experts, it is claimed to be the first face of a 15th Century figure to be revealed in this way since Richard III's in The remains, unearthed inwere found to be those of Abbot John of Wheathampstead, who died in Dean Dr Jeffrey John said the abbot had been brought "startlingly to life". If you have a story suggestion eastofenglandnews bbc.

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Prof James Clark from Exeter University, one of those who supervised the work, said it was the "first accurate representation of a monastic figure in England before ". Abbot John of Wheathampstead c - image copyrightSt Albans Cathedral image captionThe remains of Abbot John were found during work to create a "welcome centre" John of Wheathampstead was abbot at St Albans Cathedral twice, from to and from until his death in He was influential, introducing internal reforms, promoting the abbey's property saibt and securing papal privileges Wives looking nsa Vanlue of the leading Benedictine abbots in England, he represented the English clergy at international conferences, such as the one held in Pavia in Source: St Albans Cathedral The reconstruction, funded by the Friends of St Albans Cathedral, was carried out by Prof Caroline Wilkinson from forensic reconstruction specialists FaceLab, based at Liverpool John Moores University.

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Dr John said the image "immediately invites us to read his character from his features". St Albans Cathedral stands on the site where Britain's first saint, St Alban, was martyred by the Romans and is the oldest place of continuous Christian worship in the country.

About sharing image copyrightFacelab image captionAbbot John was one of the most powerful ecclesiastical fixers of his day, according to the dean of St Albans the Very Rev Dr Jeffrey John A facial reconstruction has depicted the "impish" features of Ladies wants casual sex Watervliet powerful churchman whose skeleton was dug up at St Albans Cathedral. Abbot John of Wheathampstead c - image copyrightSt Albans Cathedral image captionThe remains of Abbot John were found during work to create a "welcome centre" John of Wheathampstead was abbot at St Albans Cathedral twice, from to and from until his death in He was influential, introducing internal reforms, promoting the abbey's property interests and securing papal privileges One of the leading Benedictine abbots in England, he represented the English clergy at international conferences, such as the one held in Pavia in Source: St Albans Cathedral The reconstruction, funded by the Friends of St Albans Cathedral, was carried out by Prof Caroline Wilkinson from forensic reconstruction specialists FaceLab, based at Liverpool John Moores University.

St Albans Cathedral stands on the site where Britain's first saint, St Alban, was martyred by the Romans and is the oldest place of continuous Christian worship in the country. Abbot John's burial site remained undiscovered for centuries, until excavation work uncovered his remains.

Dr John said the image "immediately invites us to read his character from his features". Reconstructed by university experts, it is claimed to be the first face of a 15th Century figure to be revealed in this way since Richard III's in About sharing image copyrightFacelab image captionAbbot John was one of the most powerful ecclesiastical fixers of his day, according to the dean of St Albans the Very Rev Dr Jeffrey John A facial reconstruction has depicted the "impish" features of a powerful churchman whose skeleton was dug up at St Albans Cathedral.

Abbot John's szint will be laid to rest again at St Albans Cathedral on a date yet to be confirmed.