Interiorum corporis humani partium viva delineatio : perutilis anatomes interiorum muliebris partium cognito ac earundem situs, figura, numerus, positio, haud iniucounda cognitu.

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  • Descriptions
    Male and female anatomical figures, each with six moveable flaps including and below the torso; organs and parts of the bodies with alphabetical and numerical references to explanatory texts.
    • Title from head of anatomical sheet.
    • Imprint from Carlino and Wing.
    • Originally published with three leaves of explanatory text, with caption titles: The anatomie of the inward parts o[f man] lively set forth and diligently, declaring the principall v[eins] the use of letting bloud; The anatomie of the inward parts of woman; A declaration of letters, signifying the principall veins to let blood. Cf. Carlino.
    • Another edition of the Godet-Geminus 1559 (Carlino, 25) series of anatomical fugitive sheets. Cf. Carlino.
  • Item ID
    fgsms01003
  • Spatial Coverage
  • Endeca Identifier
    DUKE006071472
  • Is Part Of
    fugitivesheets
  • Publisher
    [London] : [Printed for Peter Stent at the VVhite Horse in Gilt-spur Street without Newgate], [1650]
  • Subject
  • Provenance
    Josiah C. Trent Collection. Acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
  • Genre
    Anatomical atlases
    woodcuts (prints)
  • Creator
    Stent, Peter, active 1640-1667, publisher
  • Language
    lat
  • Title
    Interiorum corporis humani partium viva delineatio : perutilis anatomes interiorum muliebris partium cognito ac earundem situs, figura, numerus, positio, haud iniucounda cognitu.
  • Extent
    1 print : woodcut ; 44 x 39 cm
  • Date
    1650
  • Relation
    Originally published with (work): Anatomie of the inward parts o[f man] lively set forth and diligently, declaring the principall v[eins] the use of letting bloud.
  • Is Referenced By
    Carlino, A. Paper bodies, 53
    Wing (2nd ed.) A3060A
    STC (2nd ed.) 564.6
  • DCMI Type
    Image
  • Copyright & Usage
    The materials in this collection are made available for use in research, teaching and private study. Texts and images from this collection may not be used for any commercial purpose without prior permission from Duke University.