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what we might expect were the features transmitted in the same way as the mental and moral qualities.

The following is a list in each generation of those who exhibited this peculiarity. A study of the charts of descent shows that these were the ones who were repeatedly chosen as the progenitors of the following generations. At the same time there were at least as many more whose lips were in no way peculiar, but these were almost never the ones selected to become direct ancestors of the ruling houses of Austria, Spain and France. They are graded in the following classes: slight, somewhat marked and very marked. The ones whose pictures are shown are marked with an asterisk.

First generation:
Cymburga—died in the early part of the Fifteenth century.
Third generation:
Maximilian I., Emperor, 1459-1519.
Fifth generation:
* Charles V., Emperor, 1500-1558, Considerable.
* Ferdinand I., Austria, 1503-1564. Considerable.
* Mary, Queen of Hungary, 1501-1558, Considerable.
Sixth generation:
Philip II., Spain, 1527-1598, Marked.
* Maximilian II., Austria, Marked.
* Maria, daughter of Ferdinand I., Slight.
* Maria, daughter of Charles V., Very marked.
Seventh generation:
* Philip III., Spain, 1578-1621, Somewhat.
Marguerite, wife of Philip III., Marked.
* Ferdinand II., Austria, Marked.
Marie de Medici, wife of Henri IV. of France
(Cosimo de Medici, her ancestor, also had a large lower lip.)
* Albert, son of Maximilian II., Considerable.
Eighth generation:
Philip IV., Spain, 1605-1665, Very marked.
* Ferdinand III., Austria, Slight.
* Louis XIII., France, Marked.
* Charles, son of Philip III., Somewhat.
Ninth generation:
* Leopold I., Austria, 1640-1705, Extremely marked.
* Charles II., Spain, Marked.
Anne of Austria, wife of Louis IV., Somewhat.
Charles II. of England, Marked.
Tenth generation:
Joseph I., Austria, Slight.
* Charles VI., Austria, Marked.
Eleventh generation:
Maria Theresa, Austria, 1717-1780, Slight.