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Left: Announcement of public anatomy lessons in Maastricht by professor Adrien Pelerin, 1738. | RHCL Old Military Archives, inv.nr.47 item 5 Right: Frontispiece of the anatomy book De Humani Corporis Fabrica by Andreas Vesalius (1514 -1564), edited in Basel in 1543 with woodcuts attributed to Jan van Calcar. Page 106: Woodcut of a skeleton from De Humani Corporis 104 Fabrica by Andreas Vesalius (1514 -1564). Page 107: Instruments used by Vesalius at post mortem autopsies in Padua from De Humani Corporis Fabrica by Andreas Vesalius (1514 -1564), edited in Basel in 1543 with woodcuts attributed to Jan van Calcar.


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