Numerian (Facial Reconstruction)

Illustration

Arienne King
by Daniel Voshart
published on 25 October 2020
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A photorealistic reconstruction of what the Roman emperor Numerian (r. 283-284 CE) may have looked like. Based on contemporary and near contemporary descriptions, as well as archaeological evidence. Pictured alongside the reconstruction are the portraits used as references, including a possible bust of Numerian from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, a coin portrait of Numerian, as well as de-aged portraits of his father and brother. Made using Photoshop and Artbreeder, a neural net tool.

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Voshart, D. (2020, October 25). Numerian (Facial Reconstruction). World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13053/numerian-facial-reconstruction/

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Voshart, Daniel. "Numerian (Facial Reconstruction)." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified October 25, 2020. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13053/numerian-facial-reconstruction/.

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Voshart, Daniel. "Numerian (Facial Reconstruction)." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 25 Oct 2020. Web. 19 Oct 2021.