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Woodcut illustrations of two fetal horses, the upper horse still in its placenta, the lower one outside placenta but still in fetal position with umbilical cord exposed, from Carlo Ruini’s Anatomia del cauallo, infermità, et suoi rimedii (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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