Human right foot skeleton
Ventral view ot the skeleton and bones of a human foot. The socket formed by tibia and fibula, the ankle mortise, articulates with the trochlea tali of the talus. Therefore the upper ankle joint is also called talocrural (lat. crus = lower leg) joint. The lower ankle joint is further divided into an anterior and posterior part. The posterior part is called subtalar joint because the talus articulates with the calcaneus below it, while the anterior part is called talocalcaneonavicular joint, because of its articulating talus, calcaneus, and navicular bone. In the direction of the toes, these bones follow up in this picture: Navicular bone, cuboid bone, cuneiform bone, the metatarsal bones and the proximal, medial, and distal phalanges.