Lot 1805. Verheyen, P.

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Lot 1805 | Verheyen, P.
Corporis Humani Anatomia, in qua omnia tam veterum, quam recentiorurn anatomicorum inventa. Methodological nova & intellectu facillima describuntur, ac tabulis aeneis repraesentantur. Lpz., Fritsch 1699. With stamped Portrait-Front. u. 31 reproductions. Kupferst. 9 Bl., 622 P., 12 Bl. Ldr. the time with Rsch. & rich Rverg. (Rckn. tls. worm-lane u. repar.).
Hirsch, H. V, 732. - Early edition of the most widely used textbook of the anatomy at the beginning of the 18th century. Century. - "This work was widely used for some years after publication, superseding Bartholin in popularity" (Garrison/Morton 388, to the edition of 1693). - Lorenz Heister has supported with his 'Compendium anatomicum (Altdorf, 1717) largely on Verheyens work. The discovery of the fermentative role of saliva is one of the most important benefits Verheyens. The Venulae stellatae the kidney are named after him Stellulae Verheynii. "Verheyen initially studied theology at Louvain, but the loss of a foot through illness caused him to change to medicine, which he studied at Leiden and Louvain. He completed his medical degree at Louvain in 1683, became professor of anatomy in 1689, and of surgery in 1693" (Heirs of Hippocrates III, 663). - Etw. blotchy u. browned, tls. weak water sand.

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