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19 Anatomical plates


Place where the object is located
They are preserved in the Alessandrina room of the Museum of Health Arts of the Santo Spirito Hospital in Rome
Story of the object
19 anatomical plates made by Antonio Serantony
Unit of the Educational Material connected (4 - 1)
Label
Dating back to the early nineteenth century by Antonio Serantoni and Paolo Mascagni.
In particular, there is a print depicting a female figure with a dissected belly and representations of the microcosm, brain and liver. These works were made on plates belonging to the surgeon Guglielmo Riva.