On composite photography as applied to craniology by John S. Billings

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  • Craniology.,
  • Craniometry.,
  • Photomontage.,
  • Photography of skulls.

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Other titlesOn measuring the cubic capacity of skulls.
Statementby J.S. Billings. And, On measuring the cubic capacity of skulls / by Washington Matthews.
SeriesMemoirs of the National Academy of Sciences ;, v. 3, 13th memoir
ContributionsMatthews, Washington, 1843-1905., National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
LC ClassificationsQ11 .N2
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Paginationpt. 2, p. 105-116, [20] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages116
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6960718M
LC Control Number05031942

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Craniology is the study of the skull. In the last few hundred years, craniological methods, like measuring the angle of the face, the size of the braincase, or the ratio of the length to the breadth of the head, have been used to classify people into racial groupings, to make claims about alleged differences in intelligence, and to study human variation.

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Other articles where Craniometry is discussed: Paul Broca: the comparative study of the craniums of the so-called races of mankind. Following precedents set by Samuel Morton in the United States, Broca developed numerous techniques to study the form, structure, and topography of the brain and skull in order to identify and differentiate human races.Craniology definition, the science that deals with the size, shape, and other characteristics of human skulls.

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