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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 illustration of a lunging naked human male. The veins of the body are clearly shown and are labeled with letters of the alphabet. There are three other figures (numbered 'II' to 'IIII') beneath the central image: a leg, an arm, and a cross-section of a vein. Each of the figures is labeled like the central image.

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<p>The central image is a frontal illustration of a lunging naked human male.  The veins of the body are clearly shown and are labeled with letters of the alphabet.  There are three other figures (numbered 'II' to 'IIII') beneath the central image:  a leg, an arm, and a cross-section of a vein.  Each of the figures is labeled like the central image.</p>
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[Anatomy of the human male]

Romae : Impensis Fausti Amidei, 1741

<p>The central image is a frontal illustration of a lunging naked human male.  The veins of the body are clearly shown and are labeled with letters of the alphabet.  There are three other figures (numbered 'II' to 'IIII') beneath the central image:  a leg, an arm, and a cross-section of a vein.  Each of the figures is labeled like the central image.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving, b&w ; 39 x 27 cm.

ABSTRACT

The central image is a frontal illustration of a lunging naked human male. The veins of the body are clearly shown and are labeled with letters of the alphabet. There are three other figures (numbered 'II' to 'IIII') beneath the central image: a leg, an arm, and a cross-section of a vein. Each of the figures is labeled like the central image.

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