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"A survey of the microcosme, or, The anatomy of the bodies of man and woman wherein the skin, veins, arteries, nerves, muscles, viscera, bones, and ligaments thereof are accurately delineated"
Remmelin, Johann, 1583-1632.
Spacher, Stephanus Michel.
Havers, Clopton, d. 1702.
Translation of: Catoptrum microcosmicum.
Incorrectly attributed to Stephanus Michel Spacher. Cf. Choulant, L. Hist. and bibl. of anatomic ill.
London: Printed and sold by James Moxon ..., 1695.
Wing / S4794
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