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[Anatomy of the human male]

Romae : Impensis Fausti Amidei, 1741

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving, b&w ; 39 x 27 cm.

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The central image is a frontal cross-section of a kneeling human male, one hand at his side, the other arm raised. Each of the body parts is labeled with a letter of the alphabet. There are four other figures (numbered 'II' to 'V') representing parts of the body, each figure being labeled like the central figure.

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<p>The central image is a frontal cross-section of a kneeling human male, one hand at his side, the other arm raised.  Each of the body parts is labeled with a letter of the alphabet.  There are four other figures (numbered 'II' to 'V') representing parts of the body, each figure being labeled like the central figure.</p>
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[Anatomy of the human male]

Romae : Impensis Fausti Amidei, 1741

<p>The central image is a frontal cross-section of a kneeling human male, one hand at his side, the other arm raised.  Each of the body parts is labeled with a letter of the alphabet.  There are four other figures (numbered 'II' to 'V') representing parts of the body, each figure being labeled like the central figure.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving, b&w ; 39 x 27 cm.

ABSTRACT

The central image is a frontal cross-section of a kneeling human male, one hand at his side, the other arm raised. Each of the body parts is labeled with a letter of the alphabet. There are four other figures (numbered 'II' to 'V') representing parts of the body, each figure being labeled like the central figure.

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