"In the 1990s, archaeologists excavated [in Greece] the bones of a female teenager from the latter end of the Stone Age, around 7000 B.C. Orthodontist Manolis Papagrigorakis recently led an effort to reconstruct the teen's likeness, naming her after the dawn ('avgi') of civilization, and commissioned [sculptor Oscar Nilsson] to re-create her." Source: Live Science.
Note: These bones were discovered in Theopetra cave, an important prehistoric site in Greece. "Inside the north-facing cave, archaeologists have found traces of human presence — in the form of footprints, fireplace ashes, stone tools and bones — spanning 45,000 years. It's the only site in Greece with human occupation that ranges from the Middle Paleolithic to the Neolithic." (Live Science)