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    The "Hairy Man", Petrus Gonzalvus, born 1556 on Teneriffa. Considered a unique curiosity who lived at various European courts. He married and had two equally hairy children. Their portraits are a typical item of Archduke Ferdinand's collection of art and curios.

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    Alexander Morison, psychiatrist. Oil on canvas (1852) 51.1 x 61.3 cm

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    The tomb of Archimedes near Syracuse, Sicily, Italy (1831)

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    Portrait of a mathematician (Pierre Joseph de Rivaz, 1711-1772). Canvas (around 1740) 93 x 81 cm Inv. 9587

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    Frescos from the spandrels of the main hall of the Assemblee nationale, Paris: Archimedes killed by a soldier.

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    Black square, blue triangle. Oil on canvas (1915)

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    Stilleben mit Barometer (Still-life with ...) (1946)

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    Cuthbert heals a sick child Life of St. Cuthbert Durham; last quarter of 12th century Yates Thompson 26, f.62v

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    Nasireddin's observatory Tevarih-i guzide. 1562-1563 Or. 3222 f.105

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    Using a cross-staff Regim:eto de navegaci:o, contiene las cosas que lo Seville,1563 C.125.b.4 page diii

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    Scenographia Systematis Mundani Harmonia Macrocosmica or Atlas Coelestis. 1660 Maps.C.6.c.2, after 12

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    Lorenz Boehler (1885-1973), Austrian physician and famous accident surgeon. Professor Lorenz Böhler, who introduced the pinning of broken bones, with a "pinned" leg at the Vienna General Hospital. Vienna, Austria, 1954

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    Lorenz Boehler (1885-1973), Austrian physician and famous accident surgeon. Professor Lorenz Böhler, who introduced the pinning of broken bones, with a "pinned" leg at the Vienna General Hospital. Vienna, Austria, 1954

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    Celestial globe from Isfahan,Iran. Incised bronze.

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    Map of India and Pacific Ocean from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum by Abraham Ortelius. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ("Theatre of the World") is considered to be the first true modern atlas. Written by Abraham Ortelius and originally printed on May 20, 1570, in Antwerp, it consisted of a collection of uniform map sheets and sustaining text bound to form a book for which copper printing plates were specifically engraved.

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    Italian Medicine. (Delle Arti e delle Scienze). Illustration, 16th century CE.

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    Newtonian telescope by Sir William Herschel (1738-1822), German-born English astronomer. 18th century.

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    The stairs leading up to the Temple of Heaven, are separated by bands of sculpted marble, showing mountains, dragons and phoenixes, and clouds. See 05-01-02/18-21

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    Skeleton, found near Les Eyzies, Dordogne, France. Magdalenian, beginning of Middle Stone Age (Mesolithic).

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

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    Women at the Healing Waters. Relief from the pedestal of a monument. Saint-Fontaine near Merlebach, France.

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    Surgical instruments. From Metz or the Moselle region. Bronze

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    Funeral shield with coat-of-arms (16th-17th).

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    Goldmakers' street on Prague's Hradshin, the castle hill. An ancient street where, according to legend, alchimists tried to find the secret of gold-making under Emperor Rudolf II (1552-1612).

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