Human foetus in the uterus, 18th century

Human foetus in the uterus, 18th century

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Caption: Human foetus in the uterus, 18th-century artwork. The foetus is aligned with its head near the exit to the uterus into the birth canal. Artwork from a collection of engravings published in 1815, mostly from drawings by Dutch painter Jan van Rymsdyk, who worked in England between 1745 and 1780.

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