Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus. Thomas Bartholin.
Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus.
Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus.
Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus.
Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus.

Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus.

Publisher Information: Leiden: Officina Hackiana, 1673.

Bartholin, Thomas. Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus. 8vo. [30, incl. eng. title by G. Appelman], 807, [16]pp. Engraved portrait of Bartholin after Dittmer, 13 engraved plates (12 folding), numerous engraved text illustrations, mostly full-page. 17th century calf, rubbed, rebacked, endpapers renewed, front hinge split but still attached. Engraved title remargined, some tears in margins and plate folds repaired, insignificant marginal worming in a few leaves.

Later edition of Garrison-Morton 1377.3, Thomas Bartholin's revision of his father's classic "Anatomicae institutiones" (1611). Bartholin began his influential series of revisions in 1641, bringing his father's text up to date in view of the discoveries of Harvey, Aselli and other contemporaries, and presenting his own important anatomical findings.

Four of the images from the "De ossibus" section in Bartholin's "Anatome" were adapted for use in the "Kaitai shinsho" (1774), the first Japanese anatomical treatise based directly on Western materials. The images are Tabula II, showing two views of the skull; Tabula VI, showing the upper and lower portions of the skull's interior; figures I - III of Tabula VII, illustrating types of vertebrae; and the folding plate of the skeleton opposite p. 748.

Book Id: 39689

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