What Has Become of the Classic Greek Nose?
I've wondered this myself, no one alive today seems to have the classic "Greek nose," where the forehead and nose form a straight line.
Nice 1897 article.
Someone please do the work to extract the text from this PDF. (and post it here). That would be nice.
And was such a nose form actually a popular trait among ancient people or just an ideal?
A change in "tastes" lead to it's lack nowadays?
Funny is that if a person today has similar nose he/she would be called "large nosed".