But the march of craniology or phrenology, by whatever name it is called, is directly the reverse of this.
Whether their skull indicates this by the modern principles of craniology, or not, I cannot say.
A hard-working scientist, he paid special attention to craniology.
Anthropologists no longer rely solely on craniology, and the measurement of the skull, to distinguish race.
The craniology of the Caribs is scantily known, and there is much yet to be divulged.
The general came in for a few minutes, he said, to escape from two young ladies, who had talked him half dead about craniology.
This introduced, I cannot tell how, some remarks on the head, which led to a disquisition on craniology.
The study of craniology and Philology, in connection with Ethnology, shall alone throw light on this subject.
But craniology or skull-study cannot perfect, nor can it positively demonstrate, the science.
The most amusing thing to me was an English lecture on craniology by Spurzheim.
craniology cra·ni·ol·o·gy (krā'nē-ŏl'ə-jē)
The scientific study of the characteristics of the skull, such as size and shape, especially in humans.