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‘Lilias said that she couldn’t give the names of other women at the witches’ gatherings as they were masked like gentlewomen.

It then went missing at some point in the 20th century but the images remain and are held by the National Library of Scotland.

If anyone ever does share an image of you without your consent - or threatens to do so- then they are the ones who are in the wrong, not you.

In Scotland, the Abusive Behaviour and Sexual Harm Act means that anyone convicted of sharing intimate images without consent could face up to five years in prison.

Presenter Susan Morrison said: ‘It was a truly eerie moment when the face of Lilias suddenly appeared.

‘Here was the face of a woman you could have a chat with, though knowing her story it was a wee bit difficult to look her in the eye.’ Dr Christopher Rynn, who carried out the work using state-of-the-art 3D virtual sculpture, said: ‘When the reconstruction is up to the skin layer, it’s a bit like meeting somebody and they begin to remind you of people you know, as you’re tweaking the facial expression and adding photographic textures.

It doesn't matter if either you or your partner is over 18 - it is illegal to have pictures of somebody who is under 18 years of age.

Before you hit send remember, even if you trust your partner not to share the photos, there's always the risk they could lose their phone or be hacked.

The face of an 18th-century ‘witch’ who died in jail before she could be burned for her ‘crimes’ has been digitally reconstructed.