Tabula exhibens insigniora maris viscera (video)
- Tabula exhibens insigniora maris viscera (video)
- 1550 to 1586?
Male anatomical figure with three flaps including and below the torso, within a single-ruled border, surrounded at the left and bottom with text; woodcut illustrations surround the figure; organs with alphabetical (Greek and Latin) references to explanatory text at the foot of the page (with caption: Particularium figurarum designatio).
Description based on imperfect copy; originally issued with two other leaves: a female figure and skelton.
The text varies slightly from the two other SchoÃànborn editions (Carlino 34, 36)
The figure has the features of Vesalius. Cf. Carlino.
Text and figure within a decorative border; woodcut initial.
Not in VD 16 (online).
Torn at bottom-left corner with loss of text, including the last part of the imprint.
Referenced by: Carlino, A. Paper bodies, 35.
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- Vvitebergae : in gratiam studiosae inuentutis discentis elementa doctrinae Anatomicae in libello de Anima, edita à Barth. Schonbornio, [between 1550 and 1586?]
- 1 print : woodcuts ; 43 x 33 cm
- Digital Collection:
- Anatomical Fugitive Sheets
- Josiah C. Trent Collection. Acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
- Free Re-UsePublic Domain
- Related Resources:
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- Adopted by Harsha Murthy T'81 in memory of M.S.N. Murthy, M.D.