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Myographia nova: or, a graphical description of all the muscles in [the] humane body as they arise in dissection. Distributed into six lectures ... Together with a philosophical and mathematical account of the mechanism of muscular motion, and an accurate ... discourse of the heart and its use, with the circulation of the blood, &c. ... / by R. Lower.

Browne, John, 1642-approximately 1700.
Date
1698

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London : Printed by Tho. Milbourn for the author, 1698.

Physical description

18 unnumbered leaves, x, 9-186 pages : engr. frontispiece (portrait), illustrations, plates. ; (folio)

Notes

"A treatise of muscular dissection. A letter to ... William Briggs ... By Dr. Connor ": p. i-x. - "Mathematical disquisitions concerning muscular motion; communicated in the Lypswick Transactions by John Bernoullius ": p. 171-176. - "An appendix of the heart ... Written by ... Dr. Lower ": p. 177-183
First published in 1681 under title A compleat treatise of the muscles. The description of the muscles is based on William Molins' ..., and the plates partly on Giulio Casserio's Tabula anatomicae

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Wing B5129
ESTC R18084
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), B5129

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  • English


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