The ligaments and hinged joint of the ankle.

Ligaments and Hinge Joint of the Ankle

The ligaments and hinged joint of the ankle.

The sole of a human foot.

Plantar Arch

The sole of a human foot.

Right astragalus from above.

Astragalus from Above

Right astragalus from above.

Right astragalus from below.

Astragalus from Below

Right astragalus from below.

Right calcaneum from above.

Calcaneum

Right calcaneum from above.

The Roman candelabrum base is encircled with leaves and lion's claws as feet.

Roman Candelabrum Base

The Roman candelabrum base is encircled with leaves and lion's claws as feet.

The claws of a bird.

Claw

The claws of a bird.

"A distortion or twisting of the foot by one or more of its muscles being permanently shortened. It may exist from birth or occur in early childhood after convulsive fits." — Chambers, 1881

Club Foot

"A distortion or twisting of the foot by one or more of its muscles being permanently shortened. It…

"A pile of wood 1 ft. long, 4 ft. wide, and 4 ft. high, or 1/8 of a cord, is called a cord foot. Find the number of cords of wood in a pile of 25ft. long, 4 ft. wide, and 6 ft high. (Solution: 4 and 11/16)" -Moore, 1907

Cord Foot of Wood

"A pile of wood 1 ft. long, 4 ft. wide, and 4 ft. high, or 1/8 of a cord, is called a cord foot. Find…

"The Egyptian couches were executed in great taste. They were of wood, with one end raised, and receding in a graceful curve; the feet, like those of many of the chairs were fashioned to resemble those of animals." — Goodrich, 1844

Egyptian couch

"The Egyptian couches were executed in great taste. They were of wood, with one end raised, and receding…

Right cuboid. A, inner aspect; B, posterior aspect, outer, and inferior surfaces.

Cuboid

Right cuboid. A, inner aspect; B, posterior aspect, outer, and inferior surfaces.

Right external cuneiform. A, inner aspect; B, outer aspect.

Right External Cuneiform

Right external cuneiform. A, inner aspect; B, outer aspect.

Feet of a duck

Duck Feet

Feet of a duck

The foot of a duck.

Duck's Foot

The foot of a duck.

The foot is a biological structure found in humans that is used for walking.

Feet

The foot is a biological structure found in humans that is used for walking.

The bones of the feet.

Bones of the Feet

The bones of the feet.

An odd-toed foot of Zebra.

Ungulate Feet

An odd-toed foot of Zebra.

An even-toed foot of Llama.

Ungulate Feet

An even-toed foot of Llama.

An even-toed foot of the Antelope.

Ungulate Feet

An even-toed foot of the Antelope.

An odd-toed foot of the Rhinoceros.

Ungulate Feet

An odd-toed foot of the Rhinoceros.

The part of the leg below the ankle.

Foot

The part of the leg below the ankle.

"The foot. a, calcaneum; b, astragalus; c, cuboid; d, metatarsal, of which there are five; e, phalanges, of which there are five; f, external cuneiform; g, middle cuneiform; h, scaphoid." -Foster, 1921

Foot Bones

"The foot. a, calcaneum; b, astragalus; c, cuboid; d, metatarsal, of which there are five; e, phalanges,…

The upper surface of the bones of the foot. Labels: 1, the surface of the astragulus or ankle bones, where it unites with the tibia. 2, The body of the astragulus. 3, Calcis or heel-bone. 4, The scaphoid. 5,6,7, The cuneiform. 8, The cuboid. 9,The metatarsal bones. 10,11, The phalanges of the great toe. 12, 13, 14, The phalanges of the other toes.

Bones of the Foot

The upper surface of the bones of the foot. Labels: 1, the surface of the astragulus or ankle bones,…

Bones of right foot, dorsal aspect. A, outer series; B; inner series.

Bones of the Foot

Bones of right foot, dorsal aspect. A, outer series; B; inner series.

Oblique section of the foot showing six synovial membranes.

Bones of the Foot

Oblique section of the foot showing six synovial membranes.

Foot of bear: plantigrade

Carnivore Foot

Foot of bear: plantigrade

Hind feet of Seal; Pinnigrada

Carnivore foot

Hind feet of Seal; Pinnigrada

An extreme form of a compressed foot, typically seen in the deer and ox. It is useful for land transit.

Compressed Foot

An extreme form of a compressed foot, typically seen in the deer and ox. It is useful for land transit.

Generic development of the horse's foot. A, Foot of Eohippus; B, That of Orohippus; C, That of Hipparion; D, that of horse. The digits are numbered, when present, I. to V.

Evolution of Horse Foot

Generic development of the horse's foot. A, Foot of Eohippus; B, That of Orohippus; C, That of Hipparion;…

Joints of the right foot, from the back of the foot.

Joints of the Foot

Joints of the right foot, from the back of the foot.

Ligaments of the plantar surface of the foot.

Ligaments of the Foot

Ligaments of the plantar surface of the foot.

The plantar fascia and plantar cutaneous nerves.

Nerves of the Foot

The plantar fascia and plantar cutaneous nerves.

The foot of an otter, which is serviceable in and out of the water.

Otter Foot

The foot of an otter, which is serviceable in and out of the water.

Scheme of distribution of the plantar nerves. Labels: I.P1, internal plantar nerve, and its cutaneous and muscular branches; F.B.D, flexor brevis digitorum; Abd.H, abductor hallucis; F.B.H., flexor brevis hallucis; L.I., first lumbricalis; E.Pl., external plantar nerve, and its cutaneous and muscular branches; Acc., accessorius, Abd.m.d, abductor minimi digiti; F.B.M.D, flexor brevis minimi digiti; R.P., ramus profundus.

Plantar Nerves of the Foot

Scheme of distribution of the plantar nerves. Labels: I.P1, internal plantar nerve, and its cutaneous…

"The Foot is that part of the lower extremity below the leg on which we stand and walk. It is composed of three series of groups of bones– the tarsal, or hindermost; the metatarsal, which occupy the middle portion; and the phalanges, which form the toes.The tarsal bones are seven in number. The metatarsal bones are five in number. The phalanges are 14 in number, three to each toe, except the great one, which has only two."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Side View of Bones in Foot

"The Foot is that part of the lower extremity below the leg on which we stand and walk. It is composed…

"The Foot is that part of the lower extremity below the leg on which we stand and walk. It is composed of three series of groups of bones– the tarsal, or hindermost; the metatarsal, which occupy the middle portion; and the phalanges, which form the toes.The tarsal bones are seven in number. The metatarsal bones are five in number. The phalanges are 14 in number, three to each toe, except the great one, which has only two."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Side View of Bones in Foot

"The Foot is that part of the lower extremity below the leg on which we stand and walk. It is composed…

Close view of a spiders foot.

Spider Foot

Close view of a spiders foot.

"Tendons on the Top of the Right Foot." — Blaisedell, 1904

Tendons of the foot

"Tendons on the Top of the Right Foot." — Blaisedell, 1904

A series of footprints in the mud.

Footprints

A series of footprints in the mud.

A girl is measuring the chalkboard using a yardstick. There are conversions written on the board.

Girl Measuring

A girl is measuring the chalkboard using a yardstick. There are conversions written on the board.

"In this foot each toe is provided with its swimming membrane; the membrane being closed when the foot is flexed, and expanded when the foot is extended."—Pettigrew, 1874

Foot of Grebe

"In this foot each toe is provided with its swimming membrane; the membrane being closed when the foot…

A grouse's feet

Grouse Feet

A grouse's feet

The head of the two-horned Rhinoceros.

Ungulate Head

The head of the two-horned Rhinoceros.

Feet of a hen

Hen Feet

Feet of a hen

The foot of a hen.

Hen's Foot

The foot of a hen.

Three students use measuring tape to measure the school garden outside.

Measuring Garden

Three students use measuring tape to measure the school garden outside.

"A Great Nerve (Plantar) and its Branches which supply the Bottom of the Feet. Note the cut tendons of the great muscles of the leg." — Blaisedell, 1904

Great nerve

"A Great Nerve (Plantar) and its Branches which supply the Bottom of the Feet. Note the cut tendons…

Reynard the Fox and Isegrim the wolf fight each other. Reynard outsmarts him and knocks him down.

Reynard the Fox: Reynard's Victory

Reynard the Fox and Isegrim the wolf fight each other. Reynard outsmarts him and knocks him down.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Rome. This sandal is different from Greek sandals because it has a vamp, or upper support.

Roman Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Rome. This sandal is different from Greek sandals because it has a vamp, or…

"Foot of the seal, which opens and closes in the act of natation, the organ being folded upon itself during the non-effective or return stroke, and expanded during the effective or forward stroke. Due advantage is taken of this arrangement by the seal when swimming, the animal rotating on its long axis, so as to present the lower portion of the body and the feet obliquely to the water during the return stroke, and the flat, or the greatest available surface of both, during the effective or forward stroke."—Pettigrew, 1874

Foot of Seal

"Foot of the seal, which opens and closes in the act of natation, the organ being folded upon itself…

Skadi is a giantess and daughter of Thiassi who was killed while chasing Loki because of a trick. Skadi asks the gods for something in return for the loss of her father. They let her choose a husband by looking at only the gods' feet. She chooses a pair of white, slim feet which belong to Niord, the wind god.

Skadi Chooses a Husband

Skadi is a giantess and daughter of Thiassi who was killed while chasing Loki because of a trick. Skadi…

The part of the limb upon which an animal stands when resting. A comparison of the foot in various animals brings out many interesting modifications.

Skeletal Feet

The part of the limb upon which an animal stands when resting. A comparison of the foot in various animals…

Illustration showing a survey on the lake front in Chicago with distances and angle measures shown.

Survey of Lake Front in Chicago

Illustration showing a survey on the lake front in Chicago with distances and angle measures shown.

"Swan, in the act of swimming, the right foot being fully expanded and about to give the effective stroke, which is delivered outwards, downwards and backwards, as represented at r of fig. 50; the left foot being closed, and about to make the return stroke, as shown at s of fig. 50. In rapid swimming, the swan flexes its legs simultaneously and somewhat slowly; it then vigorously extends them."—Pettigrew, 1874

Swimming Swan

"Swan, in the act of swimming, the right foot being fully expanded and about to give the effective stroke,…

"Generic details of a Myiadestes townsendi (Townsend's Flycatching Thrush); bill and foot nat. size, wing and tail 3/4ths."

Generic Details of a Thrush

"Generic details of a Myiadestes townsendi (Townsend's Flycatching Thrush); bill and foot nat. size,…

The foot of a tiger.

Tiger's Foot

The foot of a tiger.