Human anatomy, 18th century artwork

Human anatomy, 18th century artwork

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Caption: Human anatomy. 18th century anatomical artworks showing the musculature and skeleton of the human body. These artworks are from the encyclopedic dictionary Lexicon technicum (1704). Written by the English author John Harris, and published in London, this was one of the first encyclopedic works in the English language.

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