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A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection

Browne, John

A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection

by Browne, John

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Published by Readex Microprint in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microprint copy of the London edition of 1681.

SeriesLandmarks of science
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination4 microop.aques
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13729552M

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A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection: with diverse anatomical observations not yet discover'd: illustrated by near fourty copper-plates, accurately delineated and engraven.

A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in the humane body, and arise in dissection London, Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine.

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A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in the humane body, and arise in dissection London, Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine.

A Compleat Treatise of the Muscles, As they appear in Humane Body, And arise in Dissection; With Diverse Anatomical Observations Not yet Discovered. [London:] In the Savoy, Printed by Thomas Newcombe, 2 o ( x mm.).

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Author. Browne, John, ca. Place of Publication [London] In the Savoy. Publisher. Printed by Tho. moshita: A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in the humane body, and arise in dissection, John Browne Image Gallery: The Oddities of Human Anatomy John Browne [anatomist] The dissection of the legs evokes the stylish cut of men’s knee breeches and hose.

'A compleat treatise of the muscles as they appear in Humane Body and arise in dissection',by John Browne John Browne (–) was an English anatomist, surgeon and author. He published the first description of cirrhosis of the liver in and the.

Author(s): Browne,John,approximately ; Casseri,Giulio Cesare,approximately ; Molins,William Title(s): A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection; with diverse anatomical observations not yet discover'd.

Newcomb,Thomas, or ,; White,Robert,; Yeates,Nicholas,activeTitle(s): A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection: with diverse anatomical observations not yet discover'd: illustrated by near fourty copper-plates, accurately delineated and engraven/ by John Browne.

The production of images based on dissection became a central component of scientific anatomy. In the late s, a new anatomical art-form emerged: the specimen.

Anatomists began to collect and exhibit bodies and body parts. Their specimens were real—and they dazzled viewers. Like wax and marble, the human body served as a sculptural : Micki McIntyre, Ma. A not-armless dancing anatomical figure that isn't nearly as aggressive as the figure above--and in fact seems to have a bit of a "come hither" attitude" is this example from A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in the humane body, and arise in dissection by John Brown (ca) and which was published in London in A compleat treatise of the muscles: as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection; with diverse anatomical observations not yet discover'd.

Illustrated by near fourty copper-plates, accurately delineated and engraven by BROWNE, John. The pocket anatomist: being a summary description of the muscles: with a tabular view of the arteries and nerves 3; A compleat treatise of the muscles, as they appear in humane body, and arise in dissection: with diverse anatomical observations not yet discover'd: illustrated by near fourty copper-plates, accurately delineated and engraven 1; A short description of the human muscles.

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