3D reconstruction of Raphael’s face proves he was buried at the Pantheon | The Guardian

Experts at Rome’s Tor Vergata University compared portraits with a plaster cast of artist’s skullItalian art experts have created a 3D reconstruction of the face of the Renaissance artist Raphael, which they say proves he was buried at the Pantheon in Rome.Raffaello Sanzio died in Rome in 1520 at the age of 37, eight days after contracting a fever. Continue reading…

Experts at Rome’s Tor Vergata University compared portraits with a plaster cast of artist’s skull

Italian art experts have created a 3D reconstruction of the face of the Renaissance artist Raphael, which they say proves he was buried at the Pantheon in Rome.

Raffaello Sanzio died in Rome in 1520 at the age of 37, eight days after contracting a fever.

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