Classical Anatomy Collage‏

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Introduction
  The following book was used as one of my sources:
 

 
  As you can see, the atlas was in German.
The Brain
  The image shown below is from the above atlas.
 
French Anatomy Atlas
Author: Bouglé, Julien (1868-1903).
Title: Le corpus humain et grandeur naturelle: planches coloriées et superposées, avec texte explicatif.
Publication Information: Paris: J. B. Baillière et fils, 1899.
  The French have done brilliant work on anatomy. The image shown below is an example.
 
 
  Above is an image of a male cadaver. The brain and spinal chord are shown.   
 If people like these images, I might do sequels to this brief introduction.
Credit
  These images are presented courtesy of the US National Library of Medicine except for the map.
 
Craig Olson
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