Cover image for Myographia nova, or, A graphical description of all the muscles in humane body, as they arise in dissection : distributed into six lectures : at the entrance into every of which are demonstrated the muscles properly belonging to each lecture now in general use at the theatre in Chyrurgeons-Hall, London : and illustrated with one and forty copper plates, accurately engraved after the life, with their names on the muscles, as much as can be expressed by figures : as also, with their originations, insertions, uses, and divers new observations of the authors, and other modern anatomists : together with an accurate and concise discourse of the heart and its use : as also of the circulation of the blood, and the parts of which the sanguinary mass is made and framed
Title:
Myographia nova, or, A graphical description of all the muscles in humane body, as they arise in dissection : distributed into six lectures : at the entrance into every of which are demonstrated the muscles properly belonging to each lecture now in general use at the theatre in Chyrurgeons-Hall, London : and illustrated with one and forty copper plates, accurately engraved after the life, with their names on the muscles, as much as can be expressed by figures : as also, with their originations, insertions, uses, and divers new observations of the authors, and other modern anatomists : together with an accurate and concise discourse of the heart and its use : as also of the circulation of the blood, and the parts of which the sanguinary mass is made and framed
Author:
Browne, John, 1642-approximately 1700.
Publication Information:
New York : Printed by the Rapoport Printing Co., [1970?]
Physical Description:
40 unnumbered pages, 109 pages, 41 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations, portrait ; 32 cm
General Note:
Includes index.

Medicina Rara edition.

Translation of: Myographia nova, sive, Musculorum omnium (in corpore humano hactenus repertorum) accuratissima descriptio. The latter is the rev. ed. of the author's A complete treatise of the muscles, as they appear in the human body, and arise in dissection. Description of muscles based on William Molins' Muskotomia, and plates based partly on Giulio Casserio's Tabulae anatomicae.
Language:
English
Local Note:
"Twenty-five hundred copies have been bound in half leather and French marbelized paper...This is copy no. 1052."--Colophon.

In a slip case.
Format :
Book

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