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Atlas of Head Sections

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The ‘Atlas of head sections’ consists of 53 engraved copperplates of frozen sections of the head. Every head section was cut by Macewen himself.

Creator

Sir William Macewen

Date

c. 1893

Identifier

WE 705 MAC

Publisher

Glasgow: James Maclehose and sons

Language

English

Description

The ‘Atlas of head sections’ consists of 53 engraved copperplates of frozen sections of the head. Every head section was cut by Macewen himself.

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Medical Works of Thomas Willis

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"‘The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis’"

Thomas Willis, a physician and anatomist, is considered to be the father of neuroscience - his work ‘Cerebri anatome’ (c.1664) introduced the term neurology.

Creator

Thomas Willis

Date

c. 1681

Identifier

Lister Room WIL [oversize]

Publisher

London : T. Dring

Language

English

Description

"‘The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis’"

Thomas Willis, a physician and anatomist, is considered to be the father of neuroscience - his work ‘Cerebri anatome’ (c.1664) introduced the term neurology.

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Andreas Vesalius Animation

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Animation describing the ground-breaking work of Andreas Vesalius, "De Humani Corporis Fabrica."

Description

Animation describing the ground-breaking work of Andreas Vesalius, "De Humani Corporis Fabrica."

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Head Sections Animation

Description

The 'Atlas of head sections' consists of 53 engraved copperplates of frozen sections of the head. Every sectiopn was cut by William Macewen, a pioneering neurosurgeon during the 19th and 20th centuries. Together with his 'Pyogenic infective diseases of the brain and spinal cord', the 'Atlas of head sections' helped establish Macewen's international reputation as a leader in the field.

Description

The 'Atlas of head sections' consists of 53 engraved copperplates of frozen sections of the head. Every sectiopn was cut by William Macewen, a pioneering neurosurgeon during the 19th and 20th centuries. Together with his 'Pyogenic infective diseases of the brain and spinal cord', the 'Atlas of head sections' helped establish Macewen's international reputation as a leader in the field.

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Circle of Willis Animation

Description

This animation gives insight into the circle of Willis, a key anatomical structure at the base of the brain named after English doctor, Thomas Willis.

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Vesalius Woodcut Model

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This 3D model is an interactive version of a woodcut illustration from Andreas Vesalius' publication, "De Humani Corporis Fabrica".

Published in 1543, this set of anatomical books was the first in history to be based on human dissection and observation. While studying in Padua, Vesalius began to notice the errors in anatomical teaching, which were based on the writings of Galen, a Greek physician and surgeon. Galen's works and teachings were based on animal dissections as human dissections were banned in Ancient Rome. Hence, Vesalius took it upon himself to publish a series of anatomical textbooks based on accurate human dissection.

Description

This 3D model is an interactive version of a woodcut illustration from Andreas Vesalius' publication, "De Humani Corporis Fabrica".

Published in 1543, this set of anatomical books was the first in history to be based on human dissection and observation. While studying in Padua, Vesalius began to notice the errors in anatomical teaching, which were based on the writings of Galen, a Greek physician and surgeon. Galen's works and teachings were based on animal dissections as human dissections were banned in Ancient Rome. Hence, Vesalius took it upon himself to publish a series of anatomical textbooks based on accurate human dissection.

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Vesalius Anatomy Puzzle

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Test your knowledge of the organs of the body in this interactive puzzle game!

Andreas Vesalius is considered the "Father of Modern Anatomy" due to his famous publication De Humani Corporis Fabrica in the 16th century. This was the first anatomy textbook in history to be based on human dissection and observation.

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Test your knowledge of the organs of the body in this interactive puzzle game!

Andreas Vesalius is considered the "Father of Modern Anatomy" due to his famous publication De Humani Corporis Fabrica in the 16th century. This was the first anatomy textbook in history to be based on human dissection and observation.


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Vesalius Muscle Man

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When Andreas Vesalius studied medicine in the 1530s, knowledge of human anatomy was based on the ancient teachings of Galen, who had only dissected animals. Vesalius taught himself human cadaveric dissection, and began to doubt Galen’s authority. When Professor of Anatomy at Padua, he prepared his famous work De Humani Corporis Fabrica. This work revolutionised medical science by challenging long-held tradition, and by its use of amazing woodcut illustrations. From now on students of medicine and surgery could study more accurate visualisations of the human body, drawn from observation and scientific investigation.

The iconic series of fourteen ‘muscle men’ in the ‘Fabrica’ shows the human body in various states of dissection. The figures are depicted in the Euganean Hills near Padua, where Vesalius was Professor of Anatomy.

Description

Vesalius Muscle Man by RCPSG Heritage on Sketchfab

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Livingstone's Humerus Fracture

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A Fellow of the Royal College, David Livingstone was a medical missionary in Southern Africa during the 1800s. He was notoriously attacked by a lion and the mysterious anatomy of his fractured arm still puzzles people today!

In this animation we compare the anatomy of a regular humerus to that of Livingstone's after it healed.

Description

A Fellow of the Royal College, David Livingstone was a medical missionary in Southern Africa during the 1800s. He was notoriously attacked by a lion and the mysterious anatomy of his fractured arm still puzzles people today!

In this animation we compare the anatomy of a regular humerus to that of Livingstone's after it healed.

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3D Scan of Waterloo Femur

Description

Pictured here is a sample of the distal region of the femur found on the Fields of Waterloo, where the Battle of Waterloo took place on 18th June 1815.

Date

c. 1815

Description

Pictured here is a sample of the distal region of the femur found on the Fields of Waterloo, where the Battle of Waterloo took place on 18th June 1815.

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3D Scan of Livingstone Humerus Cast

Description

Seen here is a 3D model of a replica cast of the left humerus of David Livingstone, the Scottish medical missionary. Livingstone fractured his humerus after a lion attacked him during a hunt.

Livingstone gave an account of this attack in his publication, "Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa: Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Residence in the Interior of Africa ":

"...I saw the lion just in the act of springing upon me...he caught my shoulder as he sprang, and we both came to the ground below together. Growling horribly close to my ear, he shook me as a terrier dog does a rat...Besides crunching the bone into splinters, he left eleven teeth wounds on the upper part of my arm."



Description

Seen here is a 3D model of a replica cast of the left humerus of David Livingstone, the Scottish medical missionary. Livingstone fractured his humerus after a lion attacked him during a hunt.

Livingstone gave an account of this attack in his publication, "Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa: Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Residence in the Interior of Africa ":

"...I saw the lion just in the act of springing upon me...he caught my shoulder as he sprang, and we both came to the ground below together. Growling horribly close to my ear, he shook me as a terrier dog does a rat...Besides crunching the bone into splinters, he left eleven teeth wounds on the upper part of my arm."




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Title

Illustrations of Different Aneurisms

Description

Four colour illustrations of different types of aneurism.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/6

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Materials

Paper

Description

Four colour illustrations of different types of aneurism.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain showing a potential lesion surrounding the central sulcus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/55

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain showing a potential lesion surrounding the central sulcus.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting parts of the parietal and temporal lobes.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/56

Relation

<a href="https://heritage.rcpsg.ac.uk/items/show/1115">&nbsp;</a>

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting parts of the parietal and temporal lobes.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain showing a potential lesion of the frontal lobe.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/53

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain showing a potential lesion of the frontal lobe.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting a region of the pre-central gyrus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/54

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting a region of the pre-central gyrus.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting an area around the lateral sulcus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/51

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting an area around the lateral sulcus.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting potential lesions on either side of the central sulcus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/52

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting potential lesions on either side of the central sulcus.

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Diagram of Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting an area around the central sulcus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/49

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting an area around the central sulcus.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting a region around the central sulcus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/50

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting a region around the central sulcus.

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Title

Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of the brain highlighting an area of the central sulcus.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/46

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of the brain highlighting an area of the central sulcus.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print diagram of the brain highlighting regions of the pre- and post-central gyri.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/47

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print diagram of the brain highlighting regions of the pre- and post-central gyri.

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Title

Diagram of the Brain

Description

Print of a diagram of the brain highlighting a region of the temporal lobe.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/48

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Materials

Paper

Description

Print of a diagram of the brain highlighting a region of the temporal lobe.

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Sketch of Transverse Fracture of the Patella

Description

Colour pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella with ligamentous aponeuritic structure hanging over the edge.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/37

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Materials

Paper, colour pencil

Description

Colour pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella with ligamentous aponeuritic structure hanging over the edge.

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Diagram of the Brain

Description

Small print of a lateral view of the brain, highlighting a potential lesion in the frontal lobe.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/45

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Materials

Paper

Description

Small print of a lateral view of the brain, highlighting a potential lesion in the frontal lobe.

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Sketch of Transverse Fracture of the Patella

Description

Colour sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/35

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Materials

Paper, colour pencil

Description

Colour sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Title

Sketch of Transverse Fracture of Patella

Description

Pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCOSG 1/20/2/10/36

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Materials

Paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Sketch of Transverse Fracture of Patella

Description

Colour pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/32

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Materials

Paper, Colour pencil

Description

Colour pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Sketch of the Knee Joint

Description

Pencil sketch on paper of the knee joint in flexion.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/33

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Materials

Paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch on paper of the knee joint in flexion.

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Sketch of Transverse Fracture of the Patella

Description

Colour pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/31

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Materials

Paper, Colour pencil

Description

Colour pencil sketch of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Sketch of Heart Dissection

Description

Pencil sketch of a dissection of the heart.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/1

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Materials

Paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch of a dissection of the heart.

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Sketch of the Temporal Bone

Description

Pencil sketch of the temporal bone.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/34

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Materials

Paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch of the temporal bone.

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Sketch of the Nasal Cavity

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of the bony nasal septum of the nasal cavity.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/38

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Materials

Tracing paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of the bony nasal septum of the nasal cavity.

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Sketches of a Transverse Fracture of the Patella

Description

4 sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/7

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Materials

Paper, coloured pencil

Description

4 sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Colour Sketch of the Femur

Description

Colour sketch of the proximal region of the femur.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/16

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Materials

Paper, coloured pencil

Description

Colour sketch of the proximal region of the femur.

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Title

Colour Sketches of Transverse Fracture of Patella

Description

2 colour sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/17

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Materials

Paper, coloured pencil

Description

2 colour sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Title

Colour Sketches of Transverse Fracture of the Patella

Description

3 colour sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/18

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Materials

Paper, coloured pencil

Description

3 colour sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella

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Title

Sketches of a Transverse Fracture of the Patella

Description

6 sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/19

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Materials

Paper, pencil

Description

6 sketches of a transverse fracture of the patella.

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Sketch of Median Section of the Skull

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of median section of the skull from the left.

Date

c.1881-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/24

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Materials

Tracing paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of median section of the skull from the left.

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Sketch of the Frontal Bone

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of the inner surface of the frontal bone.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/25

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Materials

Tracing paper, pencil

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of the inner surface of the frontal bone.

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Sketch of Frontal Bone

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of anterior view of the frontal bone.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/23

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Tracing paper, pencil.

Description

Pencil sketch on tracing paper of anterior view of the frontal bone.

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Sketch of Ventral Surface of Brain

Description

Pencil sketch of the ventral surface of the brain, showing a portion of the Circle of Willis

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/10

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Materials

Paper, pencil.

Description

Pencil sketch of the ventral surface of the brain, showing a portion of the Circle of Willis

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Sketch of Brain Hemisphere

Description

Sketch of lateral view of the brain.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/12

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Materials

Paper, pencil.

Description

Sketch of lateral view of the brain.

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Vertical Sketch of Human Scalp

Description

Sketch of a section of the human scalp with specimen prepared by Dr Anglin Whitelock.

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/3

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Materials

Paper, pencil

Description

Sketch of a section of the human scalp with specimen prepared by Dr Anglin Whitelock.

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Sketch of the Cerebellum

Description

Sketch of the cerebellum by Dr Anglin Whitelock, House Surgeon to Sir William Macewen

Date

c. 1887-1909

Identifier

RCPSG 1/20/2/10/11

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Materials

Paper, coloured pencil

Description

Sketch of the cerebellum by Dr Anglin Whitelock, House Surgeon to Sir William Macewen

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Title

De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem

Description

Andreae Vesalii Bruxellensis, scholae medicorum Patauinae professoris De humani corporis fabrica libri septem
Andreas Vesalius was born in 1514 in Brussels, Belgium. He studied medicine at the University of Louvain and then in Paris. He moved to Padua, home at the time to one of the most important medical schools in Europe. He completed his doctorate and was appointed as anatomical demonstrator and lectured on anatomy. Vesalius emphasised the importance of dissection in the study of anatomy. The 'De Humani Corporis Fabrica' (On the Fabric of the Human Body), published in Basel in 1543, was a beautifully illustrated and influential anatomical textbook. One of the most striking features of the illustrations are the 'muscle men' figures in striking poses surrounded by landscape. After publication of the book, Vesalius was appointed Imperial Physician to Emperor Charles V. He died in 1564.
[12], 659 [i e 663], [37] pages
Formerly owned by the Lutheran theologian Paul Eber (1511-69). Blind-stamped initials "P E" on front cover, and various annotations in Eber's hand throughout.
Originally bound in pigskin by the 16th century Wittenberg bookbinder Conrad Neidel, with blind-stamped decorations (including a roll of portraits of Erasmus, Melanchthon, Martin Luther, and Hans Holbein the Younger). The front, back and spine were removed in the mid-20th century and pasted to a new binding Niger goatskin.
Inscription excised from original endpapers and pasted to front pastedown: "Fama est Vesalium esse mortuum". This is a quote from a 1565 letter from Hubert Languet to Caspar Peucer, informing the latter of the death of Vesalius.

Creator

Vesalius, Andreas, 1514-1564
Neidel, Conrad, -1568

Date

1543

Identifier

Bookstore VES [folio]

Publisher

Oporinus, Joannes, 1507-1568

Coverage

Basel, Switzerland

Relation

Andrew McAinsh, ‘Bibliographical Note: Identification of Paul Eber as an Owner and Reader of Vesalius’s De Humani Corporis Fabrica’ The Library: Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. 2016, 17 (4): 446-450. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/library/17.4.446
Cushing, H. Bio-bib. of Andreas Vesalius, VI.A.-1.

Language

Latin

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Physical Dimensions

Height: 46 cm

Description

Andreae Vesalii Bruxellensis, scholae medicorum Patauinae professoris De humani corporis fabrica libri septem

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Professor James Jeffray (1759–1848)

Description

Portrait of Professor James Jeffray, professor of anatomy at the University of Glasgow and President of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 1793-1795

Creator

Smith, Colvin (British painter, 1795-1875)

Date

18th-19th century

Identifier

on loan from a private collection

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

128 x 100 cm

Materials

oil on canvas

Description

Portrait of Professor James Jeffray, professor of anatomy at the University of Glasgow and President of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 1793-1795

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Portrait of William Hunter (1718-1783)

Description

Bust-length against a dark background. According to Gibson 1983 this portrait is a copy of part of the original by Sir Joshua Reynolds in the Hunterian Museum.
Presented to the Royal Faculty by John Marshall Cowan MD FRFPSG.

Date

19th century

Identifier

97

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

19th century

Materials

oil on canvas

Description

Bust-length against a dark background. According to Gibson 1983 this portrait is a copy of part of the original by Sir Joshua Reynolds in the Hunterian Museum.

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Photograph of a bust of John Hunter

Description

Photograph of wax bust (John Hunter) with inscription on back "Photo of wax belonging to late W. Gemmell given me by RMB 6/8/20" found in "Two Great Scotsmen: the brothers William and John Hunter" by George R. Mather, Glasgow, 1893.

Date

1920

Identifier

RCPSG/1/20/14/31

Description

Photograph of wax bust (John Hunter) with inscription on back "Photo of wax belonging to late W. Gemmell given me by RMB 6/8/20" found in "Two Great Scotsmen: the brothers William and John Hunter" by George R. Mather, Glasgow, 1893.

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Title

Dissection Kit

Description

Dissecting set, probably for use of students. The box is most likely made of mahogany with internal fitted compartments for instruments.

Date

1920-1950

Identifier

2007/2.4

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

17.8cm in length, 7.5cm in width, 3.8cm in depth.

Materials

wood, metal, brass

Description

Dissecting set, probably for use of students. The box is most likely made of mahogany with internal fitted compartments for instruments.

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Title

Roll of Anatomy Classes at Anderson's College 1860-1874

Description

Roll of the anatomy classes of Professor George Buchanan at the Anderson College of Medicine, Glasgow, 1860-1874

Creator

Buchanan, George, 1827-1905

Date

1860-1874

Identifier

RCPSG/1/20/9/1

Coverage

Glasgow, Scotland

Language

English

Text Item Type Metadata

Original Format

manuscript volume

Description

Roll of the anatomy classes of Professor George Buchanan at the Anderson College of Medicine, Glasgow, 1860-1874

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Distal Portion of a Femur from the Battle of Waterloo

Description

Pictured here is a sample of the distal region of the femur found on the Fields of Waterloo, where the Battle of Waterloo took place on 18th June 1815.

Date

c. 1815

Identifier

2003/23

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Length: 18 cm

Materials

Bone

Description

Pictured here is a sample of the distal region of the femur found on the Fields of Waterloo, where the Battle of Waterloo took place on 18th June 1815.

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