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Andreas Vesalius
De humani corporis fabrica librorum epitome
Coloniae Agripinae: typis Stephani Hemmerden, 1601. [94] p., [34] illustr. p.


The Structure of the Human Body, a work by one of the founders of the study of anatomy in Europe, A. Vesalius (1514-1564); abundantly illustrated with copper engravings. It contains descriptions of the human skeleton, arteries, nerves and organs, with functions, as well as corrections of errors made by other discoverers of anatomy. The work was first published in 1543, and in many more editions after that.
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Keywords: Andreas Vesalius Collection Vilnius University Library book medicine structure human body anatomy skeleton nerves organs
Copyright: Vilnius University Library
Date: 1601
Place: Vilnius
Country: Lithuania

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