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Anatomical drawing of viscera, back view, C17/18 Chinese


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Anatomical drawing of the human viscera, back view, from Renti jingmai tu (Illustrations of the Channels of the Human Body), a manuscript text executed during the Kangxi reign period of the Qing dynasty (1662-1722), illustrated with 24 paintings in colour.

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Labels: Stomach cavity; lung; liver; stomach; spleen; kidney; mingmen (the right kidney regarded as 'Portal of Life'); large intestine

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