- character.[full citation
needed][page needed] After inspecting
Socrates, a physiognomist announced
that he was given
to intemperance, sensuality, and violent...
- (baptised 24 February
1619 – 12 February
1690) was a French
, art theorist, and a director
of his time. As...
1452 – 2 May 1519) was an Italian polymath
of the High Renaissance
who was active
as a painter, draughtsman, engineer, scientist...
- mountebank, monk, mystic, necromancer, occultist, omenologist, physician, physiognomist
, technician, technologist, thaumaturge, and wizard. The Chinese
1741 – 2 January
1801) was a Swiss
poet, writer, philosopher, physiognomist
and theologian. Lavater
was born in Zürich, and was educated
- Yu (died c. 219), courtesy
name Nanhe, was an official, diviner
who served under
and Liu Bei in the late Eastern...
- from Rome to London. Landholdt
was the niece
of his friend, the Swiss physiognomist Johann Kaspar
Lavater. Fuseli wrote
of his fantasies
Press, pp. 60–71 Elizabeth
C. Evans, 1956, Galen
, American Philological
****ociation R.J. Littman
and M.L. Littman, 1973...
- Buddhist monastery
with an entertainment plaza
A home of a 'face reader' (physiognomist
) where daily flocks
came to have their fortunes
told. A mansion...
- shoulder length
(bust), but can also be full length. The work of the physiognomist Johann Caspar
Lavater, who used silhouettes
to analyse facial