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Anatomical Chart Collection

"Exploring the Intricacies of Human and Animal Anatomy

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Anatomical Chart Collection: Human skeleton, front view
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Illustration from Fasciculus medicinae Venice, 15th century (woodcut)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomical drawing of the sexual act (engraving)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Illustration from Fasciculus medicinae Venice, 15th century (woodcut)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: The intestines of a horse. 1792 (engraving)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Skeleton or bones of a horse. 1792 (engraving)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomy of a horse. 1792 (engraving)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Skull, feet and tail of the Eurasian beaver, Castor fiber. 1807 (aquatint)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomy of bivalve molluscs. 1841 (lithograph)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomy of jellyfish species. 1841 (lithograph)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomy of bivalve molluscs. 1841 (lithograph)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Diagram of the structure of the mammalian retina, original drawing by Santiago Ramon y Cajal
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Histological diagram of the constituent elements of the cerebral cortex (grey matter of the brain)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomy of sea snails, sea angels, sea butterflies. 1841 (lithograph)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Parts of the Horse (engraving)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves (litho)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Saggital section of the human brain. 19th century (engraving)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: The astrological body. 1583 (severe wood)
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Cross section of a snail, painting by Ramon Padro i Pedret
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomical board representing: the dimensions, muscles of the abdomen
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomical board representing a man on the back. Engraving in '
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Anatomical Chart Collection: Anatomical study of the female human body (engraving) (b / w photo)

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"Exploring the Intricacies of Human and Animal Anatomy: A Journey Through Anatomical Charts" Delve into the fascinating world of anatomy with a captivating collection of anatomical charts spanning centuries. From Bernardino de Montana De Monserrate's groundbreaking work on human anatomy to intricate woodcuts from 15th-century Venice, these illustrations offer a glimpse into our understanding of the human body throughout history. The main organs of the chest, stomach, and even the penis are meticulously depicted in engravings found in Libro de la anatomia del hombre. This Spanish doctor's comprehensive study sheds light on Charles V's era and provides valuable insights into medical knowledge during that time. A front view illustration from Fasciculus medicinae showcases a detailed human skeleton, allowing us to marvel at its complexity. The woodcut technique used in this piece adds an artistic touch while preserving scientific accuracy. Venturing beyond humans, we encounter depictions of horse anatomy dating back to 1792. Engravings reveal both the intestines and skeletal structure of these majestic creatures, offering invaluable information for veterinary medicine enthusiasts or simply those curious about equine biology. Continuing our exploration, aquatint prints unveil intriguing details about Eurasian beavers. Skulls, feet, and tails are meticulously portrayed with precision in this 1807 artwork—an excellent resource for zoologists studying these remarkable animals. Dive deep beneath the waves as lithographs from 1841 expose us to bivalve molluscs' inner workings. These intricate drawings provide an intimate look at their complex internal structures—a treasure trove for marine biologists seeking greater comprehension of these underwater organisms. Journeying further through lithograph illustrations from the same year reveals mesmerizing insights into jellyfish species' anatomy. Delicate yet resilient bodies come alive on paper as we examine their unique features—adding another layer to our understanding of marine life diversity. Step back in time once more with lithographs showcasing the anatomy of bivalve molluscs.