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Product images of Views of the skull and jaw
Product details Views of the skull and jaw
Views of the skull and jaw
Illustration regarding the movement of the lower jaw, particularly in regards to chewing. Fig 1- the articulation of the lower jaw bone Fig 2- view of the base of the skull Fig 3- view of the outside of the lower jaw Fig 4- demonstrating the range of movement of the lower jaw Fig 5- view of the inside of the lower jaw Plate from Disputatio Medica Inauguralis, de Manducatione: quam duce et auspice deo ter opt. Max. Ex auctoritate Magnifici Rectoris by Jacobi Voorda (Utrecht, Alexandrum van Megen, 1734). Inscribed: 'H. V. Bleyswyck del & fecit'.
Original: engraving. 1734
- Image ref: RS-10271
- The Royal Society