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Prehistoric sculptures depicting human-like faces have some scientists thinking certain expressions might well be universal across time and culture.

New research has found ancient Maya people and other Mesoamerican civilisations, such as the Olmec, were sculpting scenes of pain, elation, sadness, anger, strain and determination in ways that are still recognisable to us up to 3,500 years later.

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