The portrait was painted following a forensic reconstruction of the face
The face of a wealthy Roman citizen who lived in south Wales has been revealed nearly two millennia after he died.
Archaeologists are trying to fill in more details using forensic techniques employed by police.
The image of the man was unveiled at the National Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon on Thursday.
The remains from around AD200 were uncovered by builders who were working on the nearby Newport university campus in November 1995.
Analysis showed the skeleton was that of a well-preserved man of about 40.
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