Laetitia Munduteguy has been passionate about history since she was a little kid. Growing up in Bayonne, France, the sketches and paintings at her local museum sparked her imagination. Inspired by artists like Hugo Pratt, her parents signed her up for drawing classes when she was 9 and she has been making art ever since. She went on to study the history of art and archaeology at Paris before doing her master’s in submarine archaeology at Sorbonne University. Her work focuses cultures and archaeology worldwide and is also a keen photographer.


Her images, click each to find out more and get high resolution versions:

People hunting a mammoth - one has fallen and hurt their leg
Inside a hut with a family taking care of someone with a borken leg
Six scenes of converting raw materials like leather and wood into a leg splint
Broken and healed femur bone