Viscerum, hoc est, Interiorum corporis humani partium descriptio.
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- Viscerum, hoc est, Interiorum corporis humani partium descriptio.
- 1540? to 1550?
- Parijs, Silvester van, engraver
Woodcut male and female figures on separate sheets; each figure is seated and is accompanied by letterpress text in two columns to the right and left; according to Choulant the figures originally had 7 flaps.
Woodcut initial on each sheet.
The figures resemble those printed on other fugitive sheets by Silvester van Parijs, dated 1540-1550 by Carlino. Cf. Carlino, A. Paper Bodies, Cat. 17-19.
Referenced by: Choulant, L. Geschichte und Bibliographie der anatomischen Abbildung, page 194
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- [Antwerp] : Siluester à Parisiis figurarum sculptor imprimebat Antuerpiae, [between 1540 and 1550?]
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- Anatomical Fugitive Sheets
- Purchased with Mary Olive Thomas Fund and Trent Associates Fund. Acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library).
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- Adopted by Harsha Murthy T'81 in memory of M.S.N. Murthy, M.D.