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1858, Henry Gray, ''Anatomy: Descriptive and Surgical'', "The Skull", page 19.
- The Skull is divided into two parts, the Cranium and the Face. The Cranium is composed of ''eight'' bones; (..)
1908, J. McFadyean, ''The Comparative Anatomy of the Domesticated Animals'', Part I: Osteology and Arthrology, "Skeleton of Fowl", page 165.
- The cranium of the fowl is composed of the same elements as are present in the mammalian cranium, save that there is no interparietal.
2010, Elaine N. Marieb & Katja Hoehn, ''Human Anatomy and Physiology'', 8th ed., Chapter 7 "The Skeleton", page 200
- The cranial bones, or cranium (kra′ne-um), enclose and protect the fragile brain and furnish attachment sites for head and neck muscles.
2014, Emma L. Brown, Ronald A. Dixon, & Jason W. Birkett, "The Discolouration of Human Teeth from Archaeological Contexts: Elemental Analysis of a Black Tooth from a Roman Cranium Recovered from the River Witham, Lincoln, UK", ''Journal of Anthropology'', vol. 2014, Article ID 859153, 7 pages. https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/859153.
- In this study, the cranium recovered from the River Witham in Lincoln exhibited a black metallic staining on the surfaces of the teeth.