The Oddities of Human Anatomy (1656).

A New World
Credit: Giulio Casserio. Frankfurt, 1656.
Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine
A frontispiece portrays five anatomists posed around a cadaver.
The globe at the top of the illustration, turned toward America, reveals how the anatomists saw themselves: as exploring a “New World” of science.
Source: Image Gallery: The Oddities of Human Anatomy

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