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Choulant, Johann Ludwig . History and bibliography of anatomic illustration in its relation to anatomic science and the graphic arts; transl. and ed. with notes and a biography by Mortimer Frank, with a biographical sketch of the translator and two additional sections by Fielding H. Garrison and Edward C. Streeter
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 1920.

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     Image : Skeletal system from Persian MS, no 2296, in the India Office, London.
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     Image : Arterial system of a pregnant Woman, from a Persian MS, no 1576, in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
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     Image : Nervous system, from Persian MS, No 2296, in the India Office, London.
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     Image : Muscular system, from Persian MS, No 2296, in the India Office, London.
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     Image : Venous system, from Persian MS, No 2296, in the India Office, London.
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     Image : Arterial system, from Persian MS, No 2296, in the India Office, London.
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     Image : Arterial system of a pregnant Woman, from Persian MS, No 2296, in the India Office, London.
68 B- The Provençal-basel skeleton and other graphic skeletal representations of the middle ages.
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     Image : Skeleton in Aquatint, from Dresden MS codex 310.
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     Image : Skeleton, from a Fourtheeth-century latin Munich MS Codex.
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     Image : a, Skeleton, from a Latin MS of the first half of the firteenth century (7138) in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. B- Skeleton, from a french MS of 1454, by Etienne Beludet.
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     Image : Illustration of the Pre-vesalian period.
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73 C- Manuscript diagrams of the foetus in utero and their origin from manuscripts by Soranus of Ephesus.
     Image : Foetus in utero, from Röslin's "Rosegarten", 1529.
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     Image : Fœtus in utero, from a twelfth-century MS codex no 1653, in the Royal Library, Copenhagen.
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     Image : Fœtus in utero after Leonardo Da Vinci, 1510.
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75 D- The schematic drawing of the eye in its historic development (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries).
     Image : Schematic eye on the back of one of the pages of a fourtheenth-century MS, in the British Museum.
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     Image : Schematic eye in a fourtheenth-century MS, in the British Museum.
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     Image : Schematic eye, from a MS of the First Half of the Fifteenth century.
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     Image : Schematic eye, from an arabic MS, in the bibliothèque nationale at Paris.
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     Image : Schematic eye, from a MS (no 924) in Constantinople.
80 E- Schemata of the male viscera in bloodletting manikins of the fifteenth century.
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     Image : Schematic eye, from a Persian MS.
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83 F- Schemata of the female viscera in situ about 1400-1543.
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     Image : Gravida, from a miniature painted about 1400 A.D. in a Leipzig MS. Codex 1122
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     Image : Gravida, from Copenhagen MS, before 1450.
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     Image : Gravida, from Copenhagen MS.
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     Image : Female viscero in situ by Leonardo Da Vinci, 1510.
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     Image : Schemata of the female
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     Image : Female viscera in situ, from vesalius, 1543.
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88 Mondino de'Luzzi.
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97 Marc'Antonio Della Torre.
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99 Leonardo Da Vinci.
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123 johannes Peyligk.
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126 Margarita philosophica.
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     Image : Visceral anatomy from Reisch's "margarita Philosophica", Johann Schott, 1503.
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