we have already developed, because its fundamental conditions are the high-arched eye-brows, a narrow long upper-jaw and a narrow bridge of the nose. But it is not the only possible ideal of beauty, and there may well be other types which should also be reckoned as beautiful.
Fig. 00. Sevillana.
Among sucli types tliere is, first and foremost, the socalled "Roman nose" which, when not too prominent and when the bridge of the nose is narrow, may heighten the individuality of a face without spoiling its beauty.
Instances of facial formation of the kind are furnished by Fig. 51, and by Fig. GO, a young woman of Seville, who, it is true, represents