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This shows the steps involved in the facial reconstruction of a Russian soldier who died at the Battle of Castricum in 1799. The remains were found in 2013 by archaeologist Cor Prins in the dunes near the town of Castricum, the Netherlands. In 1799, the armies of Russian empire and Great Brittain clashed with those of France and the Batavian Republic (now: the Netherlands). The facial reconstruction was made by physical anthropologist and reconstruction artist Maja d’Hollosy . The 3D scanning and modelling was done by Tijm Lanjouw/4D Research Lab. The reconstruction is on display in archaeological museum ‘Huis van Hilde‘ in Castricum.