Anatomy lecture at Padua, Italy, 1483.

Anatomy lecture at Padua, Italy, 1483. The professor remains in his chair, while the demonstrator, right, points out the progress of the dissection with a stick. The students took no active part in dissection and this 'ignoble' task was carried out by a lower grade employee. From Fasciocolo di Medicina by Johannes de Ketham. (1493). (Photo by Oxford Science Archive/Print Collector/Getty Images)
Anatomy lecture at Padua, Italy, 1483. The professor remains in his chair, while the demonstrator, right, points out the progress of the dissection with a stick. The students took no active part in dissection and this 'ignoble' task was carried out by a lower grade employee. From Fasciocolo di Medicina by Johannes de Ketham. (1493). (Photo by Oxford Science Archive/Print Collector/Getty Images)
Anatomy lecture at Padua, Italy, 1483.
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