Bernhard Siegfried Albinus

Born: 1697
Died: 1770
Biography
Professor of anatomy at Leiden.
 
Works of Art: 0
Books: 6
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Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried   A Compleat System Of The Blood-Vessels And Nerves, Taken From Albinus's Edition of Eustachius Also From Ruysch, Vieussens, Du Verney, Haller, Trew, and J. B. Surgeon at Avignon; Beautifully Engraved on Large Copper Plates, With Tables of Explanation, Containing the Text of Eustachius, Albinus, &c. Translated Into English. To Which Are Prefixed Three Whole-Length Anatomical Figures, Representing The External Parts of the Human Body in both Sexes. - London: [1758]   
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Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried   Tables Of The Skeleton And Muscles Of The Human Body, By Bernard Siegfried Albinus. Translated From The Latin. - London: [1749]   
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Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried   A Compleat System Of The Blood-Vessels And Nerves, Taken From Albinus's Edition of Eustachius Also From Ruysch, Vieussens, Du Verney, Haller, Trew, and J. B. Surgeon at Avignon; Beautifully Engraved on Large Copper Plates, With Tables of Explanation, Containing the Text of Eustachius, Albinus, &c. Translated Into English. To Which Are Prefixed Three Whole-Length Anatomical Figures, Representing The External Parts of the Human Body in both Sexes. - London: [1750]   
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Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried   The Anatomy Of Painting: Or A Short And Easy Introduction To Anatomy: Being A New Edition, On A Smaller Scale, Of Six Tables Of Albinus, With Their Linear Figures: Also, A New Translation Of Albinus's History Of That Work, And Of His Index To The Six Tables: To Which Are Added The Anatomy Of Celsus, With Notes, And The Physiology Of Cicero: With An Introduction, Giving A Short View Of Picturesque Anatomy. By John Brisbane, M. D. - London: [1769]   
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Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried   The Explanation Of Albinus's Anatomical Figures Of The Human Skeleton And Muscles. With an Historical Account of the Work. Translated From The Latin. To Which Is Added The Explanation of the Supplement to Albinus, Containing A Compleat Anatomical Description of the Blood-Vessels and Nerves, and the External Parts of the Human Body. The Figures of Albinus, and the Supplement, are curiously engrav'd on Fifty-One large Copper-Plates, Fifteen Inches by Twenty-Two. - London: [1754]   
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Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried   Bernardi Siegfried Albini Tabulae Sceleti Et Musculorum Corporis Humani. - Londini: [1749]   
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