Carpenter Skull

Analysis of his remains reveals that he was probably in his mid-to-late thirties. He was just over 1.72 metres tall (5ft 7 in.) and was a strong muscular man. His teeth were poor, with a build-up of tartar. An abscess in his upper jaw meant he could only chew on the right side.

He also had arthritis in his spine, ribs and left clavicle and a lesion across his right eyebrow which may be the result of an old wound