orbital cavities, and tapers from there downwards in a pronounced and uniform way towards the chin.
The total proportions of an evenly-developed skull must, according to coinciding measurements of numerous well-made individuals, be
Fig. 50. Head of an Austrian Girl.
such that the longitudinal axis falls into three equal parts, namely, from the frontal angle to the upper boundary of the eye, from there to the lower boundary of the nose, and from there to the chin; the greatest breadth above the temples should be to the length of the skull as 2 to 3.
Besides this, the left half must, of course, be formed perfectly symetrically with the right.