It depends entirely—to use the pedantic jargon of the anthropologist—on the “cephalic index” of the race.
The differences of the cephalic index according to sex are insignificant.
The cephalic index of both men and women ranges from 70 to 96.3, a very surprising range.
They are brachycephalic with a cephalic index between 82 and 85; one was mesocephalic with an index of 78.
Skull capacity and cephalic index are not so much indications of race as of intellect.
During the Bronze Age the cephalic index rises all over middle and western Europe.
The cephalic index is usually between 68 and 72; the stature is moderate or low.
The cephalic index is about 78, with high colouring, dark hair and eyes, and stature rather below the average.
The cephalic index of modern living Greeks ranges with great constancy about 81.
Even the range (76 to 79) and the mean of the cephalic index are the same, rising in Spain to 80 only in the Basque corner.
cephalic index n.
The ratio of the maximum width of the head to its maximum length, multiplied by 100.