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A composite face of Christ (pictured) based on the images of 20 Hollywood actors who have played the role has been created and shows how Hollywood perpetuates the Western stereotype of Jesus as a Caucasian man with flowing light brown hair, as first depicted in many religious artworks It took them one week to come up with the composite image and the experts noted that Hollywood largely portrays a Westernised version of Jesus.For example, Jeffrey Hunter (pictured) played a blonde haired blue eyed Jesus in the 'King of Kings' in 1961Without a skeleton or remains that can be categorically confirmed as Jesus, and a lack of physical descriptions in the New Testament, many previous images have been based either on the society in which the painter or sculptor lived, or hearsay.
The experts set a reference point on every corner of the mouth, eyes, eyebrows and nose, for example, before using the software to average the reference points.Interestingly, it seems 'Satan' (composite image shown above) appears in different guises in films, with the composite lacking red tinge and horns, which are traditionally associated with the devil in the West Retired medical artist Richard Neave recently recreated the face of Jesus (pictured), using forensic techniques.The portrait shows the Son of God with a wide face, hazel eyes, a bushy beard and short curly hair, as well as a tanned complexion.This is in contrast to the typical blonde and blue-eyed images seen in the West Medieval art in Europe typically showed Jesus with brown hair and pale skin.This image was strengthened during the Italian Renaissance, with paintings such as The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci showing Christ with long, flowing hair (part of the famous painting shown above).Dr Elyashiv Drori, an oenologist at Ariel University who is leading the research, is also using seeds found at the ruins of Jewish temples alongside shards of clay marked in ancient Hebrew with the words 'smooth wine' to find out if these varieties were used to make wine.
Jesus is depicted as drinking wine in the Bible (a picture of the Last Supper is shown) but scientists are now attempting to resurrect some of the grapes used at this time to make wines he may have consumed.
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One of the actors included was Willem Dafoe, pictured playing Jesus in The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)Researchers used composite imaging software to merge the facial features of 20 famous actors who have placed Jesus.
They included Robert Powell (pictured left) who famously played Jesus in 'Jesus of Nazareth' in 1979, and Ewan Mc Gregor (right) who played the same role in the 'Last Days in the Desert'The team hypothesised Jesus would have had facial features typical of Galilean Semites of his era, based on a description of events in the Garden of Gethsemane, written in the New Testament in the Gospel of Matthew.
From this data, the experts built a digital 3D reconstruction of a face, before creating a cast of the skull and adding layers of clay to match the thickness of facial tissues calculated by the program.
They used the same method to create a composite based on the facial features of 21 actors who have played the role, including Al Pacino, Anton Lavey, Bruce Payne, Clarence Williams, Claude Rains, David Warner, Elizabeth Hurley, Gabriel Byrne, George Burns, Harvey Keitel, Jack Nicholson, Max von Sydow, Peter Cook, Peter Fonda, Peter Stormare, Robert De Niro, Rosalinda Celentano, Tom Waits, Viggo Mortensen, Vincent Price and Walter Huston.