Science illustrations, 17th century

Science illustrations, 17th century

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Caption: Science illustrations. 18th-century journal page of 17th-century artworks, including: a mill to grind gold (lower right); a monstrous child born in South Jutland (upper right); a pneumatic engine applied to cupping glasses (centre); sternum and heart (bottom left); uterine conditions (upper left). This page is from volume 3 of the 1734 edition of 'The Philosophical Transactions', an abridged collection of papers from the Royal Society. In these abridged collections, artworks from several different papers would be included on a single page. The papers in this collection were all published in 'Philosophical Transactions' in the period 1683 to 1694.

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