Antieke anatomie

ofpaperandponies:Anatomical model of pregnant womanThe history of anatomical models of pregnant women is far from certain. While it seems some were genuine teaching models - such as the elaborate French wax castings - the simplified-but-elegant ivory carvings that were largely made in Germany seem to have been more display pieces than anything functional. Many physicians and surgeons throughout Europe collected ivory “surgical instruments” - not to be used in actual procedures, as they had long

pollygannon:    sealmaiden:    Anatomical mannequin called “Motherhood”  Ivory, 17th century

Hey Barbie, take a backseat in that pink convertible of yours!  Anatomically correct female wax figures were the O.G. of dolls in the 18th c...

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La Specola Model, 18th C wax// florence, italy one of mine and olivia's favorite museums

17th century male and female anatomical models. Photo: Science & Society Picture Library/Getty Images    What the 17th Century Can Teach Us About Vaginas -- The Cut

Female ivory anatomical figure, 17th-18th Century.  Hand crafted medical reference object used by doctors of the day.

29 Anatomical Models That Will Haunt Your Dreams Tonight

This 1771 obstetrical wax model shows forceps being used to disengage the head of a fetus in cephalic presentation. The head is grasped transversally (above the ears) with the forceps when it has descended into the inferior strait and the occiput has rotated forward, under the pubis. The model was commissioned by Felice Fontana, who was working on the installation of the Museo di Fisica e Storia Naturale of Florence, from the sculptor Giuseppe Ferrini and his assistant Clemente Susini.

 

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