Human foetuses in Frederik Ruysch's museum. Engraving by C. Huyberts, ca. 1709.
- Ruysch, Frederik, 1638-1731.
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An exhibit in Ruysch's museum. The skeletons of two foetuses mourn the skeleton of a third foetus, wiping their eyes with human omentum. From the tumulus in which the third skeleton is interred arise plants and trees in the form of preserved arteries, a rib cage, hands etc.
[Amsterdam] : [Wolters], 
1 print : engraving ; platemark 38.2 x 40.4 cm
C. Huyberts, ad vivum sculpsit. Thes. 8 Tab. I.
Wellcome Library no. 583984i