Human Anatomy Treatise

Mondino de’ Luzzi wrote the human anatomy dissection treatise Anathomia Mundini which was published in 1316 and printed for the first time in 1478. The author, taught at the University of Bologna, Italy and introduced systematic study of anatomy into medical training.

      1316, 1478
      Mondino de’ Luzzi
      Bologna, Italy

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  • Mondino De’ Luzzi | Italian physician | Britannica
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