Nerves of the face and scalp. Labels: 1, attrahensaurem; 2, anterior belly occipito-frontalis; 3, auriculo-temporal nerve; 4, temporal branches of facial nerves; 5, attolens aurem; 6, supra-trochlea; 7, posterior belly occipito-frontalis; 8, supra-orbital; 9, retrahens aurem; 10, temporal branch of orbital nerve; 11, small occipital nerve; 12, malar branches of facial nerve; 13, posterior auricular nerve; 14, malar branch of orbital; 15, great occipital; 16, infra-orbital branches; 17, facial nerve; 18, nasal nerve; 19, cervico-facial division of facial; 20, infra-orbital branches; 17, facial nerve; 18, nasal nerve; 19, cervico-facial division of facial; 20, infra orbital nerve; 21, branches to digastric and stylo-hyoid; 22, temporo-facial division; 23, great auricular; 24, buccal branches of facial; 25, trapezius; 26, buccinator nerve; 27, splenius capitis; 28, masseter; 29, sterno-mastoid; 30, supra-maxillary branches of facial nerve; 31, superficial cervical nerve; 32, mental nerve; 33, platysma; 34, infra-maxillary branches of facial nerves.

Nerves of the Face and Scalp

Nerves of the face and scalp. Labels: 1, attrahensaurem; 2, anterior belly occipito-frontalis; 3, auriculo-temporal…

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the face.

Face Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the face.

This is a male face shown with a bald head.

Male Face

This is a male face shown with a bald head.

This is a male face shown with a bald head. The head is tilted slightly backwards.

Male Face

This is a male face shown with a bald head. The head is tilted slightly backwards.

This is a male face shown with a bald head. The head is tilted backwards.

Male Face

This is a male face shown with a bald head. The head is tilted backwards.

This is a male face shown with a bald head. The head is tilted forwards.

Male Face

This is a male face shown with a bald head. The head is tilted forwards.

Anterior portion of mesial sagittal section of child's head, probably of about three year.

Mesial Sagittal Section of Child's Face

Anterior portion of mesial sagittal section of child's head, probably of about three year.

"Some nerves of the face." —Davison, 1910

Nerves of the face

"Some nerves of the face." —Davison, 1910

Nerves of the head, face, and neck.

Nerves of the Face

Nerves of the head, face, and neck.

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the face to cover an eye.

Facial Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the face to cover an eye.

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the face to cover both eyes.

Facial Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the face to cover both eyes.

Head of a peregrine falcon.

Head of a Peregrine Falcon

Head of a peregrine falcon.

A genus of fished included in the Goby family, and of which the common remora or sucking fish, is the typical example. These fishes have on the top of the head a peculiar sucking-disc, composed of a series of cartilaginous plates arranged transversely, by means of which they attach themselves to other fish or to the bottoms of vessels.

Remora Fish

A genus of fished included in the Goby family, and of which the common remora or sucking fish, is the…

Floral divider with head

Floral divider with head

Floral divider with head

Flower head of senecio vulgaris.

Flower head

Flower head of senecio vulgaris.

The forehead is the region between the eyebrows and hairline on a person's face.

Forehead

The forehead is the region between the eyebrows and hairline on a person's face.

The upper view of the skull of an old fowl.

Fowl Skull

The upper view of the skull of an old fowl.

The skull of an adult fowl.

Fowl Skull

The skull of an adult fowl.

The skull of an adult fowl. Here the temporal fossa is bridged over by the junction of the post-frontal and squamosal processes.

Fowl Skull

The skull of an adult fowl. Here the temporal fossa is bridged over by the junction of the post-frontal…

The frontal bone at birth. Developed from two lateral halves.

Frontal Bone at Birth

The frontal bone at birth. Developed from two lateral halves.

Frontal bone of the human skull, outer surface. The frontal bone forms the forehead, roof of the orbital cavities, and the nasal cavity. Labels: 1, frontal eminence; 7, roof of orbital cavitiy; 10, orbital arch.

Frontal Bone of the Human Skull

Frontal bone of the human skull, outer surface. The frontal bone forms the forehead, roof of the orbital…

The frontal bone viewed from below.

Frontal Bone Viewed From Below

The frontal bone viewed from below.

Anterior view of the frontal bone.

Anterior View of Frontal Bone

Anterior view of the frontal bone.

"Twelve inches long, abundant in the Mediterranean, and found on the coasts of Africa and Europe, from France to the Cape of Good Hope. It frequents deep water on bold rocky coasts, and is occasionally taken both by nets and lines." — Goodrich, 1859

Gilt-Head

"Twelve inches long, abundant in the Mediterranean, and found on the coasts of Africa and Europe, from…

"Six to eight inches long, its general color being red varied with green." — Goodrich, 1859

Gilt-Head

"Six to eight inches long, its general color being red varied with green." — Goodrich, 1859

An illustration of a giraffe eating leaves with a monkey sitting on the giraffe's head.

Giraffe Eating Leaves with a Monkey Sitting on Leaves

An illustration of a giraffe eating leaves with a monkey sitting on the giraffe's head.

Girl's face looking left.

Girl

Girl's face looking left.

Head of the goat-sucker. It bears some resemblence to an owl, with a large head and eyes, as well as mottled plumage and nocturnal habits.

Head of a Goat-Sucker

Head of the goat-sucker. It bears some resemblence to an owl, with a large head and eyes, as well as…

External features of a grasshopper head.

Grasshopper

External features of a grasshopper head.

The head of a Great Jacamar, a bird belonging to the Scansores order. Scansores is an order of birds, popularly known as climbing birds. The most important of the families are the cuckoos, the woodpeckers and wry-necks, the parrots, the toucans, the trogons, the barbets, and the plantain-eaters.

Head of a Great Jacamar

The head of a Great Jacamar, a bird belonging to the Scansores order. Scansores is an order of birds,…

Skull of a Greek tortoise, showing the brain cavity.

Skull of Greek tortoise

Skull of a Greek tortoise, showing the brain cavity.

The guillotine was a device used for carrying out executions by decapitation. It consists of a tall upright frame from which a heavy blade is suspended. This blade is raised with a rope and then allowed to drop, severing the victim's head from his or her body. The device is noted for long being the main method of execution in France and, more particularly, for its use during the French Revolution. The guillotine also "became a part of popular culture, celebrated as the people's avenger by supporters of the Revolution and vilified as the preeminent symbol of the Terror by opponents.

Guillotine

The guillotine was a device used for carrying out executions by decapitation. It consists of a tall…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Black-headed Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Great Black Backed Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Herring Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Killiwake Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Small Black-Backed Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

An illustration of a female's long hair.

Long Hair of a Female

An illustration of a female's long hair.

An illustration of a centered hair part.

Hair Part

An illustration of a centered hair part.

"Head of Harpyia Major." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Harpyia Major

"Head of Harpyia Major." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

An illustration of a top hat.

Top Hat

An illustration of a top hat.

Hats in 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries

Hats

Hats in 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries

The skull of a nestling sparrowhawk, palatal view.

Sparrowhawk Skull

The skull of a nestling sparrowhawk, palatal view.

A head is a flower cluster with a short body, and without pedicles to the blossoms.

Head

A head is a flower cluster with a short body, and without pedicles to the blossoms.

The head is the part of the body that contains the brain and the organs of the special senses.

Head

The head is the part of the body that contains the brain and the organs of the special senses.

An illustration of a face.

Head

An illustration of a face.

A head looking to the left.

Head

A head looking to the left.

A graphic definition of the term "head".

Head

A graphic definition of the term "head".

Section of head 1 cm above orbit.

Cross Section of Head 1 cm above Orbit

Section of head 1 cm above orbit.

Section of head 2 cm above orbit.

Cross Section of Head 2 cm above Supraorbital Orbit

Section of head 2 cm above orbit.

Section of head 3 cm above supraorbital border.

Cross Section of Head 3 cm above Supraorbital Border

Section of head 3 cm above supraorbital border.

Section of head 4 cm above supraorbital border.

Cross Section of Head 4 cm above Supraorbital Border

Section of head 4 cm above supraorbital border.

Lymphatics and lymphatic glands of the head and neck.

Lymphatics of the Head and Neck

Lymphatics and lymphatic glands of the head and neck.

Sagittal median section of the head and neck. The head is thrown backward into complete extension which explains the relations between the lower jaw and the hyoid bone as seen in the figure.

Sagittal Section of the Head and Neck

Sagittal median section of the head and neck. The head is thrown backward into complete extension which…

Vertical middle section of head and neck showing the opening through the Eustachian tube, and its relations with the pharynx.

Head and Neck, Section of

Vertical middle section of head and neck showing the opening through the Eustachian tube, and its relations…

Section of head and neck from front to back. Labels: 1, windpipe; 2, larynx; 3, spinal marrow; 4, pharynx; 5, tongue or hyoid bone; 6, epiglottis; 7, tongue; 8, hard palate; 9, soft palate; 10; bridge of the nose; 11, frontal cavity; 12; sphenoid cavity; 13, nasal cavity; 14, skin of skull; 15, bony skull; 16, hypophisis; 17, corpus callosum; 18, septum lucidum; 19, straight sinus; 20, cerebellum; 21 cerebrum; 22, lobes of medulla; 23, pons varolii; 24, medulla oblongata; 25, zone of the epistropheus; 26, vertebrae; 27, spinal continuation of the vertebrae.

Section of the Head and Neck

Section of head and neck from front to back. Labels: 1, windpipe; 2, larynx; 3, spinal marrow; 4, pharynx;…

Sagittal section through mouth, tongue, larynx, pharynx, and nasal cavity. The section was slightly oblique, and the posterior edge of the nasal septum has been preserved. The specimen is viewed slightly from below, hence the apparently low position of the inferior turbinated bone.

Section of the Head and Neck

Sagittal section through mouth, tongue, larynx, pharynx, and nasal cavity. The section was slightly…

Distribution of sensory nerves to the head and neck. Labels: Ophth, ophthalmic division of the fifth nerve; St, supratrochlear branch; S.O, supra-orbital branch; I.T, infratrochlear branch; L, lachrymal branch; N, external nasal branch; Sup.Max, superior maxillary division; T, temporal branch; M, malar branch; I.O, infra-orbital branch; Inf.Max, inferior maxillary branch; M, mental branch; C2, 3, branches of the second and third cervical nervs; G.O, great occipital nerve; S.O, small occipital nerve; G.A, great auricle nerve; S.C, superficial cervical nerve; C3, least occipital nerve; 4, 5, 6, posterior primary division of 4th, 5th, 6th cervical nerve.

Sensory Nerves to the Head and Neck

Distribution of sensory nerves to the head and neck. Labels: Ophth, ophthalmic division of the fifth…

Cutaneous nerve areas of the head and neck.

Surface Areas of Nerves of the Head and Neck

Cutaneous nerve areas of the head and neck.

A vertical section of the head and neck through the mesial line, in order to show the opening of the Eustachian tube and its relation to the pharynx.

A Vertical Section of the Head and Neck

A vertical section of the head and neck through the mesial line, in order to show the opening of the…