Ava was a Bronze-Age woman who died 3,700 years ago. She was found in an unusual grave for her time. Instead of being buried in soil, like others, Ava's final resting place was carved in solid rock, which suggested that she was special.Scottish archaeologist Maya Hoole and forensic artist Hew Morrison teamed up to recreate Ava's face using sophisticated software and tissue depth charts.
I had to go and browse the possibility of determining one's hair and eye color, based on skeletal remains. Apparently, it works, albeits only if DNA is sufficiently preserved. Above limit of skeleton "age" is about 800 years. So this red hair and mountain spring eyes are a bit of poetic interpretation, but beautiful none the less.