The inside of a skull sawed longitudinally unknown
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The inside of a skull sawed longitudinally
Illustrating the inside of the skull that has been split in two longitudinally; all bones and features annotated on page 66. Plate 8 from Anatomy of the Human Body by William Cheselden FRS (London, W. Bowyer, 1726). Inscribed: 'p.66, Tab VIII'
Original: engraving. 1726
- Image reference: RS-10301
- The Royal Society
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