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Author: Remmelin, Johann, 1583-1632.
Title: A survey of the microcosme. Or the anatomie of the bodies of man and woman: wherein the skin, veins, nerves, muscles, bones, sinews and ligaments thereof are accurately delineated, and so disposed by pasting, as that each part of the said bodies both inward and outward are exactly represented. Useful for all doctors, chyryrgeons, statuaries, painters, &c. By Michael Spaher of Tyrol, and Remilinus. Englished by John Ireton Chyrurgeon.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A survey of the microcosme. Or the anatomie of the bodies of man and woman: wherein the skin, veins, nerves, muscles, bones, sinews and ligaments thereof are accurately delineated, and so disposed by pasting, as that each part of the said bodies both inward and outward are exactly represented. Useful for all doctors, chyryrgeons, statuaries, painters, &c. By Michael Spaher of Tyrol, and Remilinus. Englished by John Ireton Chyrurgeon.
Remmelin, Johann, 1583-1632., Spacher, Stephanus Michel., Ireton, John, chyrurgeon.

London: printed by Joseph Moxon, and are to be sold at his shop at the sign of the Atlas on Ludgate-hill, MDCLXXV. [1675]
Subject terms:
Human anatomy
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93594.0001.001

Contents
title page
part
illustration veins
A View of Humane Bodies. And first the Figures B A on the left hand, Representing the Skin with its Vessels or Veins under it.
FIGURE A.
FIGURE. B.
part
A Dissection of Humane Bodies. Visio Prima.
Te first Table in the first Vision, Fig. A. represents
subsection A
FIGURE. B.
Of the veins. Fig. C 1.
Of the Arteries. Fig. C. 2.
Figure D.
Of the Bones and Sinews. Fig. E
Of the Nerves.
e second Table, or Facio, in e first Vision. Figure A. represents the Woman.
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
Figure D.
The third Table, or F, in the first Vision. Fi∣gure A. represent,
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
The fourth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
Of the ey. The sixth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision. Figure A. represent,
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
Figure D.
Figure E.
Figure F.
Figure G.
Of the Ear. The seventh Table, or Facio; in the first Vision. Figure A. represents,
subsection A
Figure B.
The eighth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
The ninth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
The tenth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
The eleventh Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
The twelfth Table or Facio; in the first Vision. Figure A. represents,
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
Figure D.
Figure F.
The thirteenth Table, or Facio; the first Vision.
The fourteenth Table, or Facio; the first Vision.
Of the Throttle. The fifteenth Table, or Facio; the first Vision.
The sixteenth Table, or Facio; i the first Vision.
The seventeneth Table, o in the first Vision.
The eighteenth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
The nineteenth Table, or Facio the first Vision.
The twentieth Table, or Facio, the first Vision.
The one and twintyeth Table, or Facio; in the first Vision.
The two and twentieth Table, or Facio, in the first Vision.
illustration 1
part
A Dissection of the Body of Man. Visio Secunda.
The first Table, or Facio; in the second Vision. Figure A. represents,
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
Figure D.
Figure E.
Figure F.
Figure G.
Figure H.
Figure I.
Figure K.
Figure L.
Figure M.
Figure N.
Figuri O.
The second Table, or Facio; in the second Vision. Figure A represents,
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
Figure D.
The third Table, or Facio; in the the second Vision. Explicateth the wonderful net.
The fourth Table, or Facio, in the second Vision. Of the head veins and arteries.
The fifth Table, or Facio; in the second Vision. Sheweth the Liver.
The sixth Table, or Facio; in the second Vision.
The seventh Table, or Facio; in the second Vision.
The eighth Table, or Facio; in the second Vision.
The ninth Tae, or Fa io; the second Vision.
The tenth Table, or Facio; in the second Vision. Exhibiteth the Womb, with its neck turned upwards.
The eleventh Table, or Facio; in the second Vision. Setteth out the Ramification of the hollow and ga-vein through the liver.
The twelfth Table, or Faio; in the second Vision. Exhibiteth the bladder with its Ligaments.
The thirteenth Table, or Fa in the second Vision. Sheweth the left vent of the heart opened above great artery.
The foteenth Table, or Faio, in the second Vision. Sw the right ventricle of the heart, by the
The fifteenth Table, or Facio; in the second Vision. Sheweth the heart freed from its purse, and dissected in the middle.
illustration 2
part
A Dissection of the Body of a Woman. Visio Tertia.
The first Table, or Facio; in the third Vision. Fi∣gure A. represents.
The second Table, or Facio; in the third Vision, Fi∣gure A. represents.
subsection A
Figure B.
Figure C.
Figure D.
The third Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The fourth Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The fifth Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The sixth Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The seventh Table, or Fa∣cio; in the third Vision.
The eight Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The ninth Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The tenth Table, or Facio; in the third Vision.
The eeventh Table, or Fa∣cio; of the third Vision.
The twelfth Table, or Fa∣cio; in the third Vision.
The thirteenth Table, or Facio; in the third Vi∣sion.
The fourteenth Table, or Facio; in the third Vi∣sion.
The fifteenth Table, or Facio; in the third Vi¦sion. Sheweth the Ventricles of the Heart divided in their length.
The sixteenth Table, or Fa∣cio; in the third Vision. Sheweth the Heart laid o∣pen by the venal Arte∣ry of the left Ventricle.
The seventeenth Table, or Facio; in the third Vi∣sion. Sheweth the Heart opened by the right Ventricle and hollow Vein.
illustration 3