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the scientific study of the skulls of various human races

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Craniological theories of inequality influenced Milne-Edwards well into the 1880s.
He set up a laboratory where students under his supervision handled the archaeological and craniological collections (for example from L.
The skull to its left references craniological studies, with the array of prehistoric implements denoting the establishment of artefact chronology.
According to the craniological evidence the Pit-Comb Culture groups also exhibit a suite of "softened mongoloid" features, called laponondic.
This North-Mongolian population belongs to the undifferentiated Mongoloid craniological type (Debets 1951).