Item #297295 [MEDICINE] [ANATOMY] ANATOMICI SUMMI ROMANAE ARCHETYPAE TABULAE ANATOMICAE NOVIS EXPLICATIONIBUS ILLUSTRATAE AB ANDREA MAXIMINO ROMANO IN NOSOCOMIO B. M. CONSOLATIONIS CHIRUGO PRIMARIO. NEC NON PUBLICI AMPHYTHEATRI ANATOMICAL PRAESIDE. Bartolomaei Eustachii, Eustachius.
[MEDICINE] [ANATOMY] ANATOMICI SUMMI ROMANAE ARCHETYPAE TABULAE ANATOMICAE NOVIS EXPLICATIONIBUS ILLUSTRATAE AB ANDREA MAXIMINO ROMANO IN NOSOCOMIO B. M. CONSOLATIONIS CHIRUGO PRIMARIO. NEC NON PUBLICI AMPHYTHEATRI ANATOMICAL PRAESIDE
[MEDICINE] [ANATOMY] ANATOMICI SUMMI ROMANAE ARCHETYPAE TABULAE ANATOMICAE NOVIS EXPLICATIONIBUS ILLUSTRATAE AB ANDREA MAXIMINO ROMANO IN NOSOCOMIO B. M. CONSOLATIONIS CHIRUGO PRIMARIO. NEC NON PUBLICI AMPHYTHEATRI ANATOMICAL PRAESIDE

[MEDICINE] [ANATOMY] ANATOMICI SUMMI ROMANAE ARCHETYPAE TABULAE ANATOMICAE NOVIS EXPLICATIONIBUS ILLUSTRATAE AB ANDREA MAXIMINO ROMANO IN NOSOCOMIO B. M. CONSOLATIONIS CHIRUGO PRIMARIO. NEC NON PUBLICI AMPHYTHEATRI ANATOMICAL PRAESIDE

Romae: Ex. Typographia Pauli Junchi, 1783.

Hard Cover. Folio; in modern rebinding; with half title page; title page printed in red and black with an engraved anatomical theater dissection scene; v-lx; 128 pages (2 misnumbered); and with 47 engraved anatomical plates.~~Garrison-Morton regarding the 1714 edition, refers to this “fine collection of plates”, noting that “[t]hese copperpaltes are more accurate than the work of Vesalius”. Eustachius discovered the Eustachian tube, the thoracic duct, the adremals and the abducens nerve, and gave the first accurate description of the uterus.~~Eustachius’ style is sober compared to Vesalius, whom he disliked. His style reflected his exacting and precise mind, with careful perspective and exactitude. His precision and accuracy makes this work one of the great Renaissance anatomical studies.~~ (Garrison Morton 391).

Near Fine binding.
Item #297295

Price: $1,500.00

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