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Posteriorem faciem trunci, artuumque ostendit cum penitioribus aliquot musculis, à propria membrana denudatis
Musculoskeletal System--anatomy & histology
Muscle, Skeletal--anatomy & histology
Bone and Bones--anatomy & histology
Engraving by Giulio de' Musi from a drawing likely by Eustachi.--Cf. Choulant, L. Anatomic illustration, p. 200.
Anatomical diagram of a human figure, posterior view, showing some of the bones and deeper muscles.
Title from caption.
Eustachi, Bartolomeo, -1574
Musi, Giulio de, active 1535-1553
Original image in: Eustachi, Bartolomeo, -1574. Tabulae anatomicae (Romae : Ex officina typographica Francisci Gonzagae, 1714). ZAd 16 (Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia)
Tabulae anatomicae, a collection of Bartolomeo Eustachi's anatomical engravings, was first published over one hundred years after Eustachi’s death. Eustachi was known for his strong defense of the Galenic tradition. His plates introduced numbered rulers on the edges of images (instead of marking the image itself with small letters and numbers) to help readers locate relevant text in the book.
Digitized by the Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
1 print : copperplate engraving
29 x 19 cm
Eustachi, Bartolomeo, -1574 and Musi, Giulio de, active 1535-1553, “Posteriorem faciem trunci, artuumque ostendit cum penitioribus aliquot musculis, à propria membrana denudatis,” The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Digital Library, accessed October 22, 2021, https://www.cppdigitallibrary.org/items/show/2229.