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The Frontal Bone is the forehead. Behind it is the Right Parietal Bone (at the top of the photo). Behind the Right Parietal is the Occiput, which is the base of the skull.  In front of the Occiput on the bottom of the photo is the Right Temporal Bone. In front of that is the Right Sphenoid(Photo by Paula Kliewer Photography)

Cranium - Rear View
Cranium - Facial View
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Interior View of the Cranial Floor

 

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