Anatomy demonstration, 1493. Title page of Anathomia by Mondino de' Luzzi (Mundinus). Finished in 1316, Anathomia was first published in Padua in 1478 and for upwards of a hundred years was the only textbook on anatomy. De' Luzzi (c1270-c1326) was an Italian physician and anatomist said to have been the first since ancient times to carry out human dissection. From an edition published by Martin Pollick van Mellerstadt, Leipzig, 1493. (Photo by Oxford Science Archive/Print Collector/Getty Images)
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