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Abdominal Muscles--anatomy & histology
Possibly illustrated by Jacopo Berengario da Carpi or Hugo da Carpi.--Cf. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/historicalanatomies/berengario_bio.html
Anatomical diagram of a full-length male figure with skin peeled back to reveal the abdominal muscles.
Title from NLM Images from the History of Medicine.
Berengario da Carpi, Jacopo,approximately 1460-approximately 1530
Carpi, Ugo da, 1480-approximately 1532
Original image in: Berengario da Carpi, Jacopo,approximately 1460-approximately 1530. Isagogae breves (Bonona : Benedictus Hector, 1522). Ad 73 (Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia)
Isagogae breves by Jacopo Berengario da Carpi, first published in 1522, was a condensed version of his Commentaria cum amplissimis additionibus super anatomiam Mundini, published the previous year. Both works are notable for being some the earliest anatomical texts to include illustrations, advancing anatomical knowledge, and setting the stage for more detailed Renaissance anatomical texts to follow shortly after.
Digitized by the Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
1 print : woodcut
15 x 9 cm
Berengario da Carpi, Jacopo,approximately 1460-approximately 1530 and Carpi, Ugo da, 1480-approximately 1532, “Abdominal muscles,” The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Digital Library, accessed June 7, 2023, https://cppdigitallibrary.org/items/show/2203.