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Woodcut illustration of the dissection of a female horse on its back with open abdominal cavity showing internal organs, especially the intestines and a placenta, from Carlo Ruini’s Anatomia del Cavallo (Venice: F. Prati, 1618).  NLM Call number: WZ 250 R934d 1618.

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Carlo Ruini.
Anatomia del Cavallo. (Venice: F. Prati, 1618).

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