1677 Royal College of Physicians

1677 Royal College of Physicians

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Caption: The Cutlerian Theatre here was an anatomy theatre designed by Robert Hooke and built around 1674. It was the first home of the Royal College of Physicians in Warwick Lane, near St Paul's Cathedral. This image after the frontispiece to the Royal College's pharmacopeia of 1677. Engraving by David Loggan.

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Keywords: 1600s, 17th century, architecture, building, europe, european, historical, history, illustration, london, medical, medicine, monochrome, professional body, robert hooke, royal college of medecine, royal college of physicians, uk, united kingdom, warwick lane

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