Skiagram of the Wilkinson Head with the skull-cap removed

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Skiagram of the Wilkinson Head with the skull-cap removed, showing the metal spike and the three nails, which still attach it to the oak pole. On the border of the cincture to the right may be seen, as a nearly vertical pale bar, the start of the occipital fracture. Illustration for article on The Wilkinson Head of Oliver Cromwell and its relationship to busts, masks and painted portraits, by Karl Pearson and GM Morant (Biometrika, Volume XXVI, 1934).

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