Metro – This is the face of Hell. Well, kind of of. Scientists have rebuilt a depiction of what Dante Alighieri, the Italian 13th-century poet who created our vision of the afterlife, looks like. Dante’s face has long been a mystery, with portrait artists after his death in 1321 never quite agreeing on what he actually looked like. But now the moral philosopher’s real face will be seen for the first time in 700 years after experts used his skull to create a more accurate image.

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