Anatomia humani corporis, centum & quinque tabulis

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TitleAnatomia humani corporis, centum & quinque tabulis
Subtitleper artificiosiss. G. de Lairesse ad vivum delineatis, demonstrata, veterum recentiorumque inventis ex
NameBidloo, Govard, 1649-1713
Rolecreator
NameLairesse, Gérard de, 1640-1711
Roleillustrator
NameBlooteling, Abraham, 1640-1690
Roleengraver
NameRieux, Gabriel Bernard, comte de.
Roleformer owner
NameBeekman, Fenwick, 1882-1962
Roleformer owner
NameRutkow, Ira M.
Roleformer owner
Type of Resourcetext, mixed material
Genrebook
PublisherSumptibus viduae Joannis à Someren, haeredum Joannis à Dyk, Henrici & viduae Theodori Boom
DateMDCLXXXV [1685]
PlaceAmstelodami
DescriptionGrille copy: bound in contemporary maroon morocco gilt with gilt coat-of-arms of Gabriel Bernard De Rieux, with decorated endpapers; damage to leaf Gg resulting in loss of signature mark; Bookplate (motto: Mens conscia recti): Ex libris Fenwick Beekman; two signatures in pencil on back flyleaf: Rutkow, DJ [?] Edell
IdentifierFlat Folio QM25 .B47
Extent[136] p., [1], 105 leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill. (engravings), port. ; 64 cm
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NoteAdded engraved title page: Godefridi Bidloo medicinae doctoris et chirurgi Anatomia humani corporis centum et quinque tabulis illustrata Includes engraved portrait of Bidloo, signed "G. Lairesse pinx. A. Blooteling sculp." Armillary sphere printer's device with motto "Indefessus agendo" on title page Descriptive letterpress facing each plate Signatures: *⁶ A-3Q1 Woodcut title vignette, initials, and tail-pieces.
Note: in some cases, the blank verso of the plates are not images of the actual pages; instead, standard blank images were inserted in the digital copy to keep its pagination consistent with the physical volume.
Note: Digitized images reflect the physical volume to the greatest extent possible, but in some cases may be adjusted briefly to provide the best digital copy possible (e.g., cropping).
SubjectBidloo, Govard, 1649-1713. Anatomia humani corporis
SubjectHuman anatomy -- Atlases
SubjectHuman anatomy -- Early works to 1800
SubjectAnatomy -- Early works to 1800
ClassificationQM25 .B47

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