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Myographia nova, sive, Musculorum omnium (in corpore humano hactenùs repertorum) accuratissima descriptio, in sex praelectiones distributa : nomina singulorum in suo quaeque loco, situque naturali, in aeneis musculorum iconibus exarantur: eorum item origines, insertiones, & usus, graphice describuntur, additis insuper ipsius authoris, & aliorum nuperrimis observationibus & inventis / opera & studio Joannis Browne.

Browne, John, 1642-approximately 1700.
Date
1684

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Publication/Creation

Londini : Excudebat Joannes Redmayne, Celsissimi Principis Jacobi Ducis Eboracensis Typographus, 1684.

Physical description

16 unnumbered pages, 49, 54-88, that is, 90 pages, 4 unnumbered pages, 4 unnumbered leaves of plates, one double : illustrations, portrait (engravings) ; 34 cm (folio)

Notes

Tab. xi-xiiii, xx-xxi not included in pagination
The illustrations are full-page engravings numbered (except that on p. [1]) as Tab. I-XXXVII
Index: last 4 pages
Errata: p. 88
The description of the muscles is based on William Molin's Myskotomia (orig. publ. London, 1648), and the plates on Casseri's Tabulae anatomicae (orig. publ. Venice, 1627)
Earlier eds. published under the title: A compleat treatise of the muscles

Publications note

Wing (2nd ed.) B5127
ESTC R216734
Wing (2nd ed.), B5127

Language

  • Latin



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