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The fauces (a Latin plural word for throat; the singular faux is rarely found), in anatomy, is the hinder part of the mouth, which leads into the pharynx.

The fauces are regarded as the two pillars of mucous membrane. One being anterior, known as the palatoglossal arch and the second is posterior, the palatopharyngeal arch. Between these two arches is the palatine tonsil.