Anothomia, oder, Abcounterfettung eines Mans leyb : wie er inwendig gestaltet ist.

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  • Descriptions
    Woodcut anatomical male and female figures. Four flaps beneath and including the torso on each figure are movable and reveal respiratory, digestive, reproductive, and other organs; head is also moveable; descriptive text printed in three columns, including above the figure; woodcuts of organs accompany the text.
    • A separate print for the female figure printed simultaneously. Cf. Carlino.
    • Text printed in three columns.
    • Not in VD 16 (online).
    • Sheet with female figure imperfect (40 x 27 cm): Edges of sheet are heavily trimmed; possibly lacks head of sheet where title and additional explanatory text would be; the foot of the sheet is torn, with loss of imprint.
  • Item ID
    fgsms01002
  • Spatial Coverage
  • Endeca Identifier
    DUKE006071462
  • Is Part Of
    fugitivesheets
  • Publisher
    [Strasbourg] : Mit kayserlicher Mayestat Freyheit, getruckt zu Strassburg durch Heinrichen Vogtherren, anno MDXXXVIIII [1539]
  • 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
    Vogtherr, Heinrich, 1490-1556, printer
  • Language
    ger
  • Title
    Anothomia, oder, Abcounterfettung eines Mans leyb : wie er inwendig gestaltet ist.
  • Extent
    2 prints on 2 sheets : woodcuts ; 58 x 28 cm
  • Date
    1539
  • Is Referenced By
    Carlino, A. Paper bodies, 4
  • 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.