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Skull and craniometric measurement apparatus, from 1902.
- Source: Cicely D. Fawcett and Alice Lee, "A Second Study of the Variation and Correlation of the Human Skull, With Special Reference to the Naqada Crania," Biometrika, Vol. 1, No. 4. (Aug., 1902), pp. 408-467: Plate IV: "Figure 2. Craniphor, Goniophor, and Scriber."
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|current||00:48, November 5, 2007||367 × 435 (97 KB)||PhloxBot||Skull and craniometric measurement apparatus, from 1902. ==License== *Source: Cicely D. Fawcett and Alice Lee, "A Second Study of the Variation and Correlation of the Human Skull, With Special Reference to the Naqada Crania," ''Biometrika'', Vol. 1, No.|