"Head of Molossus glaucinus." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"Head of Molossus Glaucinus." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"Head of Mormops Blainrillii." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"The most remarkable species is the Death's Head Moth, Acherontia Atropos, a large kind,…
Temporal and deep muscles of the mouth.
Right infero-lateral view of the muscles of the maxillary space, the ramus and hyoid cornu are cut away.…
Nasal cavity, right lateral wall, from the left.
"Head of Natalus Unicropus." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
The side view of a human neck.
Muscles of the head, face, and neck.
"Principal Muscles on the Left Side of the Neck." — Blaisedell, 1904
"The following cut from an antique in the British Museum, represents the head of Neptune. The hair rises…
"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.…
View of the nervous system in man, showing the nervous centers (the brain and the spinal near row) where…
"Head of Nyctinomus Mascrotis." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
An ornate capital O surrounded by leaves and vines, used at the start of a new chapter or heading.
A smut of oats with a normal head.
The inner surface of the occipital bone.
Occipital bone of the human skull, inner surface. It is situated at the back and base of the skull.…
Development of occipital bone. From seven centers.
The inner surface of the right occipital bone.
Ornate divider with winged head and vines
Head of an eagle owl. It has large eyes for seeing at night, and a hooked beak for snaring its prey.
"They carry everything on their heads." —Carpenter, 1902
Parietal bone of the human skull, inner surface. The parietal bones form the greater part of the sides…
The inner surface of the right parietal bone.
The outer side of the right parietal bone.
"Argent, a pelican's head, erased, vulning. VULNING. Any creature in the act of wounding itself." -Hall,…
"This may be considered as one of the greatest wonders of nature, it being a real animal, having blood,…
"The barbed head of a spear or arrow, engrailed on the inner side. The point of the spear is placed…
"Head of Phyllorhina Calcarata." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"Head of Phyllostoma Elongatum." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
Indian pipe in the shape of a human head, used for smoking tobacco.
This is a profile of a male face.
This is a side profile of a male face.
This is a side profile of a male face that is tilted forwards.
"Head of Pteropus personatus." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"Larger aspect of head of Raia lemprieri." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
At birth the head measures about 4 times into height. At 5 years the head measures about 6 times into…
"Head of Rhinolophus Mitratus." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"Use the entire blossom mingled with buds and green leaves, all short stemmed, not longer than three…
The salivary glands and their ducts.
Sagittal section of the scalp.
"Head of Scotophilus Emarginatus." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
"The prey of a serpent is oven thicker than the serpent itself, and to admit of its being swallowed,…
"Having a body like other sharks, but with a double snout like a double-headed hammer, and having an…
The human skull.
A side-view of the skull.
A front-view of the skull.
The human skull. Labels: 1, frontal lobe; 2, parietal lobe; 3, temporal lobe; 4, the sphenoid bone;…
Skull and mandible, lateral view.
Median section of the skull and mandible, viewed from the left.
The skull at birth, from above.
The skull at birth, from before.
The skull at birth, lateral aspect.
Base of skull from above.
Base of skull from below, the lower jaw is removed.
The skull from the side.
Base of skull from within.