In 2017, Martin Frouz took Judith's Skull 150 National Museum in Prague, which was the basis for creating a detailed digital copy.
In his work, he applied an anatomical method using stamps on muscles of the muscles and a method that uses the knowledge of the soft tissue thickness of the skull
Reproduction of Queen Judith's face
PHOTO: Milan Malíček, Právo
of hair or eyebrows, which is already largely artistic because neither Judith's eye color nor the hair's color and length is of research or written sources.
She measured about 160 centimeters and died at that time in a high age from 75 to 80 years in great health, as evidenced by the fact that she had all the teeth without a single caries
Queen Judith was in the 1950s during the archaeological survey of the Romanesque basilica and the monastery in Teplice.
Anthropological experiments showed that she measured about 160 centimeters, B had blood group and died at that time between 75 and 80 years in a great state of health, as evidenced by the fact that she had all the teeth without a single caries. Judith's skull is deposited in the National Museum's Custody.
Find the remnants of her husband
The author's initiator is the teacher Karel Andrle Sylor. "I got the idea that we could bury these remains in the Strahov Monastery, because the prince was buried there and King Vladislav, her husband," he said.
He then went to the then abbey Michael Pohodny, who agreed that the Queen
Brazilian 3D Specialist Cicero André da Costa Moraes, Brazilian 3D Specialist Cicero André da Costa Moraes
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"At this time, Abbot is poisoned, it's a pity we have not found the remains of King Vladislav for two years so we look for Strah's remnants of King Andrle, while three empty graves have been found, now they have another place where they could be.
Judith Bridge Bridge Falls the Flood, Replace l ho Karlu  Judith was born in 1135, married in 1158 after the second Czech king Vladislav II. According to the chronicles, Judith was "a woman of outstanding beauty, entrepreneurial spirit, bold witness, science teacher and fluent both lazy in and political affairs. "
In Prague he started the construction of a stone bridge that was a unique building in Central Europe. Judith Bridge was probably completed in 1172. In 1342 it was dismissed by a flood, about its place was later built by Charles Bridge
Milan Malíček, Právo
The Skull Facial Reconstruction Method has developed since the 1970s when the relationship between the shape of the skull and face began to be investigated, and nowadays several possible procedures are used, the simplest drawing method thanks to the new technology
This method is also used by Moraes, who has already reconstructed the faces of it the so-called vampire of Čelákovice and St. Zdislava or Lemberk,