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Anatomy improv'd and illustrated with regard to the uses thereof in designing: not only laid down from an examen of the bones and muscles of the human body, but also demonstrated and exemplified from the most celebrated antique statues in Rome. Exhibited in a great number of copper plates, with all the figures in various views / Intended originally for y use of the Royal French Academy of Painting and Sculpture. And carried on under the care and inspection of Charles Errard director of the same in Rome. The dissections made by Doc[to]r Ber[nardin]o Genga ... The explanations and indexes added by ... John Maria Lancissi ... First published at Rome by Dom di Rossi and now reengraven ... And republish'd by John Senex. A work of great use to painters, sculptors, statuaries and all others studious in the noble art of designing.
- Errard, Charles, 1606-1689.
The trunks of the vena cava, with their branches(Table VI, fig. 1); the trunks of the vena porta (Table VI, fig. 2), both after an engraving by M. Vandergucht after W. Cowper, 1702, after a preparation by G. Leoni, c. 1645; the brain, nerves and spine, after Eustachius, by 1552 (Table VII) Etching by I. Basire, 1743.
- Cowper, William, 1666-1709.