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    An operation at the Military Hospital, Endell Street, London. Canvas; 1920/21.


    Astrological diagramm, brass; tantric wheel, Buddha and guardians; Buddhist symbols.


    Gallbladder. Wooden ex-voto (1st BCE), from the Gallo-Roman cult place at the source of the Seine River, St. Germain sur Seine, France.


    The tomb of Seneca.For his portrait of the philosopher and teacher of Emperor Nero,Le Brun could have used a drawing or engraving of the bust of the "Pseudo-Seneca" found at the Villa dei papiri in Herculanum. Canvas, 37 x 48 cm R.F.1998-2


    Wounded Aeneas between Venus and Ascanius. from the Casa di Sirico, VI 1,25 Pompeii. Close-up of 11-01-02/33 1st CE Inv. 9009


    Gold vessel lid with geometric silver ornaments (10th-6th BCE). Diameter 37 cm Inv. 3197


    Olga, widow of Igor, Prince of Kiev, orders the envoys of the Drevlianians to be burnt in their bath. She has a tomb built for her husband Igor who was killed in battle in 945 CE. From the Radziwill Chronicle, Page 29, 612 miniatures, late 15th.

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    Geometry room of Collegium Maius (old university). Nicolas Copernicus studied at this university in 1502.

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    A medieval tavern. Reconstruction in the basement of the Collegium Maius (old university) in Cracow, Poland.

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    Nicolas Copernicus' treatise "De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium libri sex". Library of the Collegium Maius.


    Telescope (16th), Tycho de Brahe's handwritten "Tables of Sines" and the first edition of Copernicus' "Revolutions of the Heavenly Bodies," annotated by Tycho de Brahe.


    Telescope and other astronomical instruments, built by Galileo, on the terrace of San Marco, Venice, where they were shown to the Doge. Instruments from the Museo della Scienza, Florence.


    Blaise Pascal (1623-1662). Canvas


    Figure-clock, Bacchus procession and astronomer. Clock-work iron; case bronze, brass and copper, fire-gilded, enamel. Around 1580. From Nuernberg. Height 70 cm. See also 30-01-04/52,53


    The famous "Swan set" was made only once in Meissen. It was ordered by the influential Primeminister Count Heinrich Bruehl. Swans, white on white, the arms of Count Bruehl and a delicate floral design. The set consisted of over 2.000 pieces. 1737-1741


    Thorax, with lungs, nerves and blood vessels, one of the 1992 wax models ordered from Florentine scientists Prof. Paolo Mascagni and Felice Fontana by Emperor Joseph II for the education of army surgeons, 1785


    Model of uterus and vagina during birth. By Giovanni Battista Sandri Museo Ostetrico Giovan Antonio Galli


    Armillary sphere, heliocentric, which shows already the first four planets between Mars and Jupiter, giving their time of rotation. Large, outer ring with signs of the Zodiac. Unsigned, Italy, around 1810. 28 cm across.


    An astrologer.


    Anatomical illustrations.Albucasis (Aby-al-Qasim) "Surgery",Ms.89 bis,fol.16 verso.France,14th


    Bloodletting.From the medical treatise by Aldebrande of Florence,1356,fol.19 recto.


    World Map of Johannes Stabius (Mappa mundi). Dated 1515. Woodblock (printed from four blocks), 645 x 850mm. For the right part see 33-02-03/18.


    The Village Barber. Dentist extracts a tooth. Oil on oakwood (1630-1635) Size 34 x 41.3 cm Cat. 272, Inv. 748


    An art and curio collection. Portrait on the right: the geographer Abraham Ortelius (by Rubens). Oil on oakwood (after 1636) 74 x 78 cm - Inv. 1048


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