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John Abernethy: certificate showing a skeleton and an écorché figure holding aloft a vignette of Galen finding a human skeleton. Sugar-ground etching by J. G. Strutt, before 1821.
- Strutt, Jacob George, 1790-1864.
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Sine anatomia, trunca et debilis esset medicina. Celsus. Strutt sculp.
Attendance reference for John S Stamp
Wellcome Library no. 525708i
The lettering, a quotation from A. Cornelius Celsus, means that without anatomy (the study of) medicine would be truncated and debilitated