Julius Caesar was a politician and general responsible for the expansion of the Roman Empire. He crossed both the Rhine and the English Channel to conquer Britain. He then reentered Rome by passing through Gaul, which started a civil war. The sculptures of him helped the team recreate his face!
What Julius Caesar Really Looked Like
The lifelike bust below is now in the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden. With 3D technology, they scanned this marble portrait and used it to reconstruct him. After the civil war, Caesar became a dictator and made reforms. The Senate was at odds with his decisions and stabbed him to death in 44 B.C.