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Woodcut illustration of a flayed horse on its back exposing muscles, arteries, and internal organs, with four horseshoes arragned around it’s tail at the bottom of the page, from Giovanni Ferraro’s Trattato vtile, e necessario ad ogni agricoltore. (Bologna: Antonio Remondin, 1673).  NLM Call number: WZ 250 F3764t 1673.

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"Flayed Horse."
Giovanni Battista Ferraro.
Trattato vtile, e necessario ad ogni agricoltore. (Bologna: Antonio Remondin, 1673).


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