Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Rome 1560, In 1560 and more!

Anatomia del corpo humano... Rome, 1559 ( Juan Valverde de Amusco, anatomist, Gaspar Becerra?, artist. Valverde playfully shows the viscera dissected not just through skin, but through a suit of Roman armor. The free-floating body parts on the right are copied from Vesalius.

Tab. XXV. [Romanae archetypae tabulae anatomicae:] Bartolomeo Eustachi (, National Library of Medicine. Enlarge:

Romanae archetypae tabulae anatomicae novis [] by Bartolomeo Eustachi (anatomist: and Giulio de’Musi (artist).

Tab. XXX. Romanae archetypae tabulae anatomicae novis. [] Rome, 1783. Hand colored copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine. Bartolomeo Eustachi (d. 1574) [anatomist:] Giulio de’Musi [artist].

Juan de Valverde ' La anatomia del corpo umano ( Ta. I. Lib. II. Enlarge:

Las arterias según Juan Valverde de Amusco: "Anatomia del Cuerpo Humano" (Roma, 1559 Enlarge: