An exact survey of the microcosmus. or little world. Being an anatomie, of the bodies…
An exact survey of the microcosmus. or little world. Being an anatomie, of the bodies of man and woman Wherein the skin, veins, nerves, muscles, bones, sinews and ligaments are accurately delineated. And curiously pasted together, so as at first sight you may behold all the outward parts of man and woman. And by turning up the several dissections of the paper take a view of all their inwards. With alphabetical referrences to every member and part of the body. Usefull for all doctors, chirurgeons, &c. As also for painters, carvers, and all persons that desire to b acquainted with the parts, and their names, in the bodies of man, or woman. Set forth by Michael Spaher of Tyrol. And Englished by John Ireton, and lastly perused and corrected, by several rare anatomists.
London : Printed by Joseph Moxon, and sold at his shopin Russel street, at the sign of Atlas, MDCLXX.