"They are accordingly found on the mountainour parts of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumberland, and Westmoreland; over the whole of the Lammermuir range, the upper part of Lanarkshire, and generally over the Highlands of Scotland. Both male and female of this breed have horns, which in the former are very large and spirally twisted. The face and legs are black or specked with black, with an occasional tendency to this color on the fleece; but there is nothing of the brown or russet color which distinguishes the down breeds." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Black-Faced Heath

"They are accordingly found on the mountainour parts of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumberland, and Westmoreland;…

"In the following we have back and front views of the heads of statues from Herculaneum, on which we perceive the <em>vitta</em>." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Herculaneum

"In the following we have back and front views of the heads of statues from Herculaneum, on which we…

An extra strip of material put inside a shoe for comfort or protection.

Shoe Insole

An extra strip of material put inside a shoe for comfort or protection.

Janus, the Roman god, seated.

Janus

Janus, the Roman god, seated.

Lachrymal Bone. The lachrymal are the smallest and most fragile bones fo the face. They are situated at the front part of the inner wall of the orbit.

Human Lachrymal Facial Bone

Lachrymal Bone. The lachrymal are the smallest and most fragile bones fo the face. They are situated…

The lips, nose, and chin of a person's face.

Lips

The lips, nose, and chin of a person's face.

Malar (cheek) bone. The malar bones form the prominence of the cheek, and part of the outer wall and floor of the orbit.

Human Malar (Cheek) Bone

Malar (cheek) bone. The malar bones form the prominence of the cheek, and part of the outer wall and…

Man's face with beard and tie.

Man

Man's face with beard and tie.

Man's face with mustache and tie.

Man

Man's face with mustache and tie.

Man's face with electrified hair.

Man

Man's face with electrified hair.

Man with hat, left profile.

Man

Man with hat, left profile.

A portrait of a man.

Man

A portrait of a man.

A man looking directly forward and pointing.

Man Pointing

A man looking directly forward and pointing.

An illustration of a man walking through a park with his jack pulled up around his face.

Man Walking

An illustration of a man walking through a park with his jack pulled up around his face.

A man with a mustache and beard.

Man with Beard

A man with a mustache and beard.

Facing to the left.

Man's profile

Facing to the left.

An illustration of the profile of a man.

Profile of Man

An illustration of the profile of a man.

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lobes of the upper lip divaricated." &mdash;The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Manatee Face

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lobes of the…

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lip contracted." &mdash;The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Manatee Face

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lip contracted."…

"By use of an instrument called a map measurer, set the hand on the face to read zero, roll the small wheel over the distance; now roll the wheel in an opposite direction along the graphical scale, noting the number of yards passed over. A map measurer is valuable for use in solving map problems in patrolling, advance guard, outpost, etc." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Map measurer

"By use of an instrument called a map measurer, set the hand on the face to read zero, roll the small…

An illustration of masks and a saxophone.

Theater Masks & Saxophone

An illustration of masks and a saxophone.

Internal surface of left maxilla and palate.

Maxilla and Palate

Internal surface of left maxilla and palate.

The internal maxillary artery and its branches.

Maxillary Artery

The internal maxillary artery and its branches.

Superior maxillary bone. With it's fellow on the opposite side, it forms the whole of the upper jaw. Each bone assists in forming part of the floor of the orbit, the floor and outer wall of the nasal fossae, and the greater part of the roof of the mouth. Labels: 1, orbital surface; 2, facial surface; 3, alveolar process.

Human Maxillary (Upper Jaw) Bone

Superior maxillary bone. With it's fellow on the opposite side, it forms the whole of the upper jaw.…

Inferior Maxillary Bone (lower jaw). It is the largest and strongest bone in the face and serves for the reception of the lower teeth.

Human Maxillary (Upper Jaw) Bone

Inferior Maxillary Bone (lower jaw). It is the largest and strongest bone in the face and serves for…

Superior maxillary bone and the bony sinuses of the head.

Superior Maxillary Bone and Sinuses

Superior maxillary bone and the bony sinuses of the head.

Scheme of the course and distribution of the inferior maxillary nerve. Labels: V.I.M, inferior maxillary nerve; S, afferent root; Mo, efferent root; M, meningeal branch; O.G, otic ganglion; I.Pt, nerve to internal oterygoid; S.S.P, small superficial petrosal nerve; T.T, nerves to tensor typano, T.P, tensor palati; Ty.Plex, tympanic plexus, G.Ph, glossopharyngeal nerve; M.M, middle menigeal artery; A.T, auriculotemporal nerve; F, communication with facial nerve; Par, nerve to parotid gland; Me, branch to meatus of ear; Pi, branch to pinna; T, temporal muscle; Bucc, buccinator muscle; Po, posterior division of inferior maxillary nerve; L, lingual nerve; C.t, chorda tympani nerve; Sub.G, submaxillary ganglion; Hy, hypoglossal nerve; I.D, inferior dental nerve; My.hy, mylohyoid nerve; My, nerve to mylohyoid; Di, nerve to digastric (anterior belly); Ment, mental branch; Sty.Gl, styloglossus; H.Gl, styloglossus; H.G1, hyo-glossus; G.H.G, geniohyoglossus muscles.

Inferior Maxillary Nerve

Scheme of the course and distribution of the inferior maxillary nerve. Labels: V.I.M, inferior maxillary…

Scheme of the course and distribution of the superior maxillary nerve. Labels: Rec, recurrent branch in the middle fossa of the skull; M.G, Meckel's ganglion in the sphenomaxillary fossa; S.P, sphenopalatine nerves; S.N, superior nsal branch; Orb, orbital nerve; T, temporal branch; M, malar branch; I.O, infra-orbital nerve, appearing on the face; P, palpebral; N, nasal branch; L, labial branch; A.D, anterior dental branch; M.D, middle dental branch; N.P, nasopalatine nerve; P.D, posterior dental branch; I.N, inferior nasal branch; L.P.P, large posterior palatine nerve, Vid, vidian nerve; Pt.Pal, pterygopalatine branch.

Superior Maxillary Nerve

Scheme of the course and distribution of the superior maxillary nerve. Labels: Rec, recurrent branch…

Boy listening to microphone.

Microphone

Boy listening to microphone.

"When the concave mirror is large, say six inches in diameter, and eight or ten inches focal distance, it exhibits the human face of enormous bulk, the spectator being frightened at the size and courseness of his own features." -Comstock 1850

Magnified Face in a Concave Mirror

"When the concave mirror is large, say six inches in diameter, and eight or ten inches focal distance,…

An illustration of a mother washing a child's face while the child plays in the bowl of water.

Mother Washing Child

An illustration of a mother washing a child's face while the child plays in the bowl of water.

An illustration of a human mouth.

Human Mouth

An illustration of a human mouth.

Vertical coronal section through the anterior part of the orbital and nasal cavities and the upper lip.

Section Through Nasal and Orbital Cavities

Vertical coronal section through the anterior part of the orbital and nasal cavities and the upper lip.

Nasal cavity, right lateral wall, from the left.

Nasal Cavity

Nasal cavity, right lateral wall, from the left.

Transverse vertical section of the nasal cavities and accessory sinuses.

Nasal Cavity and Accessory Sinuses

Transverse vertical section of the nasal cavities and accessory sinuses.

External wall of right nasal fossa, parts of the turbinates having been cut away to show the orifices of the sinuses which open into the meatuses.

External Wall of Nasal Cavity

External wall of right nasal fossa, parts of the turbinates having been cut away to show the orifices…

Outer wall of nasal fossa.

Outer Wall of Nasal Cavity

Outer wall of nasal fossa.

Nasal septum as seem from the left side.

Nasal Septum

Nasal septum as seem from the left side.

Muscles of the head, face, and neck.

Neck Muscles

Muscles of the head, face, and neck.

"The following cut from an antique in the British Museum, represents the head of Neptune. The hair rises from the forehead, and then falls down in flakes, as if wet." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Head of Neptune

"The following cut from an antique in the British Museum, represents the head of Neptune. The hair rises…

Nerve areas of the face and scalp. Labels: A, Distribution of the first division of the fifth cranial nerve; A' nasal branch; A", supratrochlear A''', supraorbital; B, Distribution of the second division; B', infraorbital branch; B", malar branch; B"', temporal branch; C, Distribution of third division: C', mental branch; C", buccal branch; C"', auriculotemporal.

Nerve Areas of the Face and Scalp

Nerve areas of the face and scalp. Labels: A, Distribution of the first division of the fifth cranial…

"Showing some of the superficial nerves on the left side of the neck and the head. A few superficial muscles and arteries in the same region are also shown." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Superficial nerves of the head

"Showing some of the superficial nerves on the left side of the neck and the head. A few superficial…

"Dental Branch of One of the Divisions of the Fifth Pair of Cranial Nerves, supplying the Lower Teeth. Branches from the motor root, distributed to various muscles, are also shown." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Cranial nerves

"Dental Branch of One of the Divisions of the Fifth Pair of Cranial Nerves, supplying the Lower Teeth.…

Surface markings for the second and third division of the fifth nerve.

Facial Nerves

Surface markings for the second and third division of the fifth nerve.

Diagram to show the proximity of the sensory nuclei of the fifth and tenth cranial and first and second cervical nerves.

Facial Nerves

Diagram to show the proximity of the sensory nuclei of the fifth and tenth cranial and first and second…

Vertical coronal section through the nose and frontal sinuses.

Section Through Nose and Frontal Sinuses

Vertical coronal section through the nose and frontal sinuses.

View of the outer wall of the nose. The turbinated bones having been removed. Labels: 1, vestibule, 2, hiatus semilunaris; 3, opening of antrum of highmore; 4, bulla ethmoidalis; 5, agger nasi; 6, opening of anterior ethmoidal cells; 7, cut edge of superior turbinated bone; 8, cut edge of middle turbinated bone; 9, pharyngeal orfice of Eustachian tube.

Outer Wall of Nose

View of the outer wall of the nose. The turbinated bones having been removed. Labels: 1, vestibule,…

Inferior turbinated bone, convex surface. The inferior turbinated bones are situated on the outer wall of each side of the nostril. Teach consists of a layer of thin, spongy bone, curled upon itself like a scroll.

Human Nostril Bone

Inferior turbinated bone, convex surface. The inferior turbinated bones are situated on the outer wall…

A side view of the passage of the nostrils. 4, The distribution of the first olfactory pair of nerves. 5, The fine divisions of this nerve on the membrane of the nose. 6, A branch of the fifth pair of nerves. 9, Upper jawbone and roof of the mouth.

A Side View of the Passage of the Nostrils

A side view of the passage of the nostrils. 4, The distribution of the first olfactory pair of nerves.…

Face of an old man looking down and toward the right. He is wearing a bow tie.

Old man

Face of an old man looking down and toward the right. He is wearing a bow tie.

The olfactory system. Labels: a, b, c, d, interior of the nose, which is lined by a mucous membrane; n, the nose; e, the wing of the nose; q, the nose bones; o, the upper lip; g, section of the upper jawbone; h, the upper part of the mouth, or hard palate; m, frontal bone of the skull; k, the ganglion or bulb of the olfactory nerve in the skull, from which are seen the branches of the nerve passing in all direction.

Olfactory System

The olfactory system. Labels: a, b, c, d, interior of the nose, which is lined by a mucous membrane;…

Scheme of the distribution of the ophthalmic nerve. Labels: Vs, trigeminal nerve, afferent root; Mo, efferent root; G.G, gasserian ganglion; M, meningeal branch; I.C, branch to internal carotid artery; Oph, opthalmic nerve; S.M, superior maxillary nerve; I.M, inferior maxillary nerve; III, communication to oculomotor nerve; IV, to trochlear nerve; L, branches to upper eyelid; L.G, long root to lenticular ganglion; Sy, root from sympathetic (on carotid artery); III, short root from motor oculi nerve; C, short ciliary branches; L.C, long ciliary nerves; I.T, infra-trochlear nerve; E.N, external nasal nerve; I.N, internal nasal nerve; O, orbital branch of superior maxillary nerve; L.Gl, lachrymal gland; C, conjuctival branch; L, branch to eyelids and face.

Ophthalmic Nerve

Scheme of the distribution of the ophthalmic nerve. Labels: Vs, trigeminal nerve, afferent root; Mo,…

Sagittal section of the left orbital cavity.

Sagittal Section of Orbital Cavity

Sagittal section of the left orbital cavity.

An orthographic projection of a pyramid from three dimensional space into two dimensional space

Orthographic Pyramid Projection

An orthographic projection of a pyramid from three dimensional space into two dimensional space

Palate bone. Palate bones form the back part of the roof of the mouth; part of the floor and outer wall of the nasal fossae, and a very small portion of the floor of the orbit.

Human Palate Bone

Palate bone. Palate bones form the back part of the roof of the mouth; part of the floor and outer wall…

External view of the muscles of the pharynx.

Muscles of the Pharynx

External view of the muscles of the pharynx.

An illustration of Plato, a Classical Greek philosopher, who, together with his mentor, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy. Plato was also a mathematician, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the western world. Plato was originally a student of Socrates, and was as much influenced by his thinking as by what he saw as his teacher's unjust death.

Plato

An illustration of Plato, a Classical Greek philosopher, who, together with his mentor, Socrates, and…

"Crystal faces are described according to their relations to the crystallographic axes. A series of numbers which indicate the relative distances by which a face intersects the different axes are called its parameters." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Orthohombie prism

"Crystal faces are described according to their relations to the crystallographic axes. A series of…

"Crystal faces are described according to their relations to the crystallographic axes. A series of numbers which indicate the relative distances by which a face intersects the different axes are called its parameters." &mdash; Ford, 1912

Orthorhombie pyramid

"Crystal faces are described according to their relations to the crystallographic axes. A series of…

The face of Reynard the Fox, a trickster from tales of medieval Europe.

Reynard the Fox

The face of Reynard the Fox, a trickster from tales of medieval Europe.