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Shukan

Title page of Johan Adam Kulmus' Kaitai Shinsho Maki 1.

Maki 1, Page [1], Title

The colophon and advertisement on page 26 and the back cover of Johan Adam Kulmus' Kaitai Shinsho Maki 4, Page [26/cover], Colophon & Advertisement.

Maki 4, Page [26/cover], Colophon & Advertisement

Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho, featuring on the left page an illustration of the titlepage of the frontispiece of A. Vesalii en Valverda Anatomie by Juan Valverde de Amusco published in Amsterdam in 1647. On the right side is page 1 of the shukan.

Titlepage

Pages 1 and 2 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho, featuring on page 1 the full posterior view of a male figure with its left arm upraised and the right arm holding a staff. On page 2 is the full frontal view of a female figure covering her genitial with her right hand.

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Pages 2 and 3 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. On page 2 there are illustrations of the arteries of the body. On page three are illustrations of the bones of the head, chest and pelvis.

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Pages 3 and 4 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. On page 3 are the side and top view of a skull. On page 4 are two illustrations of the cross section of the brain.

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Pages 4 and 5 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. On page 4 are illustrations of the bones of the spine, pelvis and right hand. On page 5 is a three-quarters front view of a skeleton.

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Pages 5 and 6 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. On page 5 is an illustration of the leg bones of a skeleton from mid-thigh to foot and at the bottom is a more detailed illustration of the right foot. On page 6 is an illustration of a head in right frontal profile with the brain exposed.

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Pages 6 and 7 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. On page 6 there are two illustrations. The top illustration is a view of the head from the base of the skull with the lower jaw moved to the right side. The bottom illustration is a view of the left side of a head with a flap of skin in the cheek cut open to allow a string through the mouth to the cheek. On page 7 are illustrations of two heads with the brain exposed as well as cross sections of the brain.

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Pages 7 and 8 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 7 is an illustration depicting the network of arteries of the thorax. Page 8 are illustrations of the muscles of the eye.

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Pages 8 and 9 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 8 are six illustrations of the parts of the ear. Page 9 are four illustrations of the parts of the nose.

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Pages 9 and 10 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 9 are an illustration of the tongue and a flayed view of the skin area. Page 10 are several illustrations of the flayed male and female corpses displaying the thoracic cavity.

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Pages 10 and 11 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 10 are five illustrations displaying the trachea and lungs. Page 11 are five illustrations of the details of the heart.

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Pages 11 and 12 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 11 is a full length frontal view of the venous system. Page 12 is an illustration of the frontal view of a man with the venous system of the abdominal cavity exposed.

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Pages 12 and 13 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 12 are two illustrations of the frontal view of a male and female with the abdominal cavity exposed. Page 13 is an illustration of a human figure with abdominal and thoracic cavities exposed.

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Pages 13 and 14 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 13 is an illustration of the venous system of the abdominal cavity. Page 14 are two illustrations of the abdominal cavity organs.

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Pages 14 and 15 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 14 are three illustrations of the abdominal cavity organs. Page 15 are six illustrations of the reproductive organs of a male corpse.

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Pages 15 and 16 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 15 are six illustrations of the reproductive organs of a female corpse. Page 16 are seven illustrations of a fully formed fetus with umbilical cord and placenta attached, detailed views of the placenta and the skeleton of the baby.

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Pages 16 and 17 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho. Page 16 are five illustrations of the muscles of the back of a flayed corpse. Page 17 are four illustrations of the front muscles of a flayed corpse.

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Pages 17 and 18 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho, featuring the muscles and tendons of a flayed left hand illustrated across both pages.

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Pages 18 and 19 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho, featuring the muscles and tendons of a flayed right hand and forearm illustrated across both pages.

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Pages 19 and 20 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho, featuring the muscles and tendons of a flayed left foot illustrated across both pages.

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Pages 20 and 21 of Johann Adam Kulmus' Kaitai shinsho, featuring the muscles and tendons from the bottom of a flayed left hand illustrated across both pages.

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