Dead woman in the deadly wreck of the Vasa warship 400 years ago reconstructed with realistic detail

When researchers raised the Vasa, a 17th-century Swedish warship that sank in Stockholm harbor on her maiden voyage in the 1960s, they recovered nearly 20 skeletons. Scientists determined that one of those skeletons, nicknamed G, was a male they named Gustav. Earlier this year, a genetic analysis determined that G was not male but female. … Read more