This wide comparison constitutes the first subdivision of craniometric studies.
The skulls of the bodies found were carefully preserved for craniometric examination.
These craniometric points are easily located on the cranium, where a great number of them have been studied.
And craniometric methods have rendered the results of comparison much more clear and comprehensible than was formerly the case.
The third subdivision of craniometric researches is one in which the field of comparison is still further narrowed.
Thus the complexity of craniometric studies has inevitably increased.
craniometry cra·ni·om·e·try (krā'nē-ŏm'ĭ-trē)
Measurement of the skull to determine its characteristics as related to sex, race, or body type.