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Page 133 of Juan Valverde de Amusco's Anatomia del corpo humano, 1560 featuring the front and back sides of a cadaver displaying the circulatory system." From the collection of the National Library of Medicine. Visit: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/historicalanatomies/valverde_home.html

Page 133 of Juan Valverde de Amusco's Anatomia del corpo humano, 1560 featuring the front and back sides of a cadaver displaying the circulatory system." From the collection of the National Library of Medicine. Visit: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/historicalanatomies/valverde_home.html

Author: Spiegel, Adriaan van (1578-1625) and Casseri, Giulio (ca. 1552-1616).    Title: De humani corporis fabrica libri decem.    Publication Information: Venice: Evangelista Deuchino, 1627.

Julius Casserius and the high point of Paduan copperplate anatomical illustration.

vintage medical illustration // office // Vesalius De Humani Corporis Fabrica Poster

Vesalius De Humani Corporis Fabrica Poster by Science Source

vintage medical illustration // office // Vesalius De Humani Corporis Fabrica Poster

The Grisly History of Sourcing Bodies for Anatomical Learning  An Illustrated Lecture with Megan Curran, Norris Medical Library, USC

Ill-gotten Brains: The Grisly History of Sourcing Bodies for Anatomical Learning An Illustrated Lecture with Megan Curran, Norris Medical Library, USC

"When you know what a man wants you know who he is, and how to move him."  — George R.R. Martin (A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3))

Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds And The Mirror Of Time exhibition at the O2 Arena in London

Artist/book?

from the enlightenment period, the first modern work on human anatomy from actual human dissection. thank god we did it too, otherwise we might still think the liver was responsible for blood circulation

The dapper man himself: "Andreas Vesalius" from "De Humani Corporis Fabrica" by Andreas Vealius (anatomist) and Stephen van Calcar and the Workshop of Titian (artists)

siryl said: I've been reading since I was a kid about how it was illegal to dissect human bodies until the century. I've always wondered how century Europeans thought the inside of the.

by Mansur ibn Ilyas, from Tashrih-i badan-i insan [Anatomy of the Human Body], Iran, ca. 1390

From "Tashrīḥ-i badan-i insān /تشريح بدن انسان" manuscript, ca. 1450 by Mansur ibn Ilyas, a late century physician from Shiraz, Timurid Persia

16th Century Prosthetic Hand and Forearm Ambroise Paré

century Prosthetics Images of mechanical prosthetics as designed by Ambroise Paré in his book Dix livres de la chirurgie (Ten books of Surgery).

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