Horse anatomy, 17th-century artwork

Horse anatomy, 17th-century artwork

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Caption: Horse anatomy. 17th-century artwork of a dissection illustrating the internal anatomy of a horse. The head is at upper right, and the body is seen from below, with muscle and skin layers removed to reveal the viscera of the abdomen and chest. Artwork from 'The Anatomy of an Horse' (1683) by Andrew Snape (1644-1708), farrier to King Charles II.

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