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A sculpture of the world’s first skull sculpture of one of the oldest known people, the skull sculptor, has been unveiled in Japan.
The statue, which is made of bronze and made from bronze from the bones of a living skull, was unveiled in the northern city of Kumamoto by the head of the Japanese Bones Museum.
The statue depicts the face of a human being with a skull, a characteristic feature of human beings who lived around the time of the Mesolithic period, when human beings first emerged.
The skeleton sculpture was made by sculptor Masaru Kato of Kanda, a city in central Japan, who died in 2006 at age 85, according to the museum.
The head of Kato’s Bones Museum said the sculpture was designed to be displayed in the museum’s main hall.
The bronze sculpture, which stands on four legs, was made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of a large-scale, well-preserved skeleton of a man and woman from the Mesopotamian city of Ur in southern Iraq.
Kato had studied anatomy at Tokyo University.
The skull sculpture, also called the “mummified skeleton,” was created to honor Kato.
He had given a presentation in Japan in 2015 on the discovery and preservation of ancient Mesopotamia, the bones and artifacts found at the site.
The museum also plans to present the skeleton sculpture in 2019.
The new sculpture was completed in a ceremony at the Kumamoto Bones Museum, which has been operating since 1875.