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The diaphragm (fig. 1) after Haller, the pharynx, seen from the back and the larynx seen from the front (figs 2-3), after Duverney, and the larynx seen from the back and open and from the side (figs 4-5), after Eustachius. Engraving by Benard, late 18th century.

Gautier Dagoty, 1717-1785.

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view The diaphragm (fig. 1) after Haller, the pharynx, seen from the back and the larynx seen from the front (figs 2-3), after Duverney, and the larynx seen from the back and open and from the side (figs 4-5), after Eustachius. Engraving by Benard, late 18th century.
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Credit: The diaphragm (fig. 1) after Haller, the pharynx, seen from the back and the larynx seen from the front (figs 2-3), after Duverney, and the larynx seen from the back and open and from the side (figs 4-5), after Eustachius. Engraving by Benard, late 18th century. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

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Anatomie. ; Benard fecit.

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[Paris]

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1 print : engraving ; platemark 35.5 x 22.2 cm

Publications note

K.B. Roberts and J.D.W. Tomlinson, The fabric of the body. European traditions of anatomical illustration, Oxford 1992, pp. 347-352
Ludwig Choulant, History and bibliography of anatomic illustration, tr. and ed. Mortimer Frank, Chicago 1920, revd ed. New York 1945, pp. 200-204; 270-271; 289-290

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Wellcome Library no. 35356i

Reproduction note

Figure 1 of the diaphragm is after an illustration to the first fascicle of Albrecht von Haller's Icones anatomicae (Göttingen 1743-1756). Figures 2-3 are after details of plates first published in the Essai d'anatomie (Paris 1745) with colour mezzotints by Jacques Fabien Gautier d'Agoty after dissections by Jacques-François Duverney. These were republished in their Myologie complette en couleur of Paris 1746 (pls 4 and 9). See this catalogue, nos 33491i and 33571i. The plates of the sixteenth-century Italian anatomist Bartolomaeus Eustachius, the source for figs 4-5, were published for the first time in their entirety by G. M. Lancisi in Rome in 1714 under the title, Tabulae anatomicae

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