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top-margin annotation (a) Muscles all blended together

lines 1—6 score
lines 1—6 annotation (a)

line 21 annotation [a translation]


line 4 annotation pyramidis

lines 6—17 annotation The Pyram is not attached to skin between Brows — I must refer only to movement, however. caused.

line 34 underline "sehr dünne"
line 35 underline "sehnig"
line 36 annotation sinewy

line 40 score
line 40 underline "M. pyramidalis"


line 6 annotation (B)

lines 35—42 score
line 38 annotation (a)


line 33 score

lines 34—36 score
line 34 underline "M. malaris"
line 35 underline "[most of line]"


figure annotation [names of muscles]


line 31 score

line 33 underline "bedeckt ... orbicularis"


top-margin annotation All the 3 previous muscles (ELS) sometimes equally draw up nostrils as the levator prop.

line 22 score

figure score
figure annotation [names of muscles]


lines 3—5 score
lines 3—5 annotation (a)

line 7 score


line 12 score


top-margin annotation to be reduced to 2/3 — sides cut off where I have put pencil lines [preparation of figure for reproduction]
lines 11—13 score
lines 11—13 annotation see Back


line 38 annotation [a translation]

lines 42—44 score

lines 45—50 annotation (a) It does not seem clear what muscle acts in those who can move their ears.


figure score
figure annotation [(sub)editorial marking(s)]


lines 5—7 score
line 6 annotation (a)

lines 32—38 score
line 34 annotation (b)


line 14 score

lines 38—43 score
lines 38—39 underline "[most of line]"


figure score
figure annotation [names of muscles]


lines 24—34 score
lines 24—34 annotation hardly distinct from platysma


line 12 underline "M. ... sup."


lines 3—18 annotation Nothing particular