Prosopic index was determined using the following formula:
Prosopic index: (Face length/Face width) x 100 (Jahanshahi et al.).
The face is classified based on the FI or prosopic
index as hypereuroprosopic or very short broad face (FI < 79.9), europrosopic or short broad face (FI of 80–84.9), mesoprosopic or medium round face (FI of 85–89.9), leptoprosopic or long narrow face (FI of 90–94.9), and hyperleptoprosopic or very long narrow face (FI > 95).[sup], The facial indices in Yorubas (91.8 in males and 91.4 in females) [Table 2] examined in the present study implied that Yoruba males and females have the leptoprosopic face type.
While the divine substance is the same among the three Persons of the Trinity, the doctrine of the divine processions sheds light on the distinct figure of God the Father as the prosopic
archetype of the human soul in its indivisible relation to body and spirit.
index (PI) = (Facial height/Facial width) x 100.
(17) Though Theodore does not use the word "prosopon" in the following citation, he implies it in the way that Christ as man reveals not only his majestic union with the Word and through him with his Father but also both the existence of the Spirit and his prosopic
activities within the Trinity and Christ's own earthly life:
Manoussakis' solution emerges from his novel construction of a 'prosopic
Farmers in the southern, eastern and western governorates of Yemen like Hadramout, Abyan, Lahj and Tehama are suffering from the tremendous spread of Prosopic
Goly Flora, known locally as "Al-Saisaban tree."
Against the Apollinarians and Monphysites he declared that there were two separate natures in Christ, emphasising the human element, replacing the Orthodox concepts of Henosis and Hypostasis that denoted their unity with those of Synapheia (Conjunction) and Prosopic
Cephalic and Prosopic
indices were determined based on standard anatomical description (Williams et al., 1989).
But for Theodore both of these activities of the will become one in a prosopic
KEY WORDS: Craniofacial forms; Cephalometry; Cephalic index; Prosopic