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Van piskijkers en heelmeesters : Genezen in de Gouden Eeuw
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ISBN: 9062921019 Year: 1993 Publisher: Leiden Museum Boerhaave

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Geneeskunde rond Rubens

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De afbeelding van de aderlaat- en de zodiakman in astrologisch-medische handschriften van de 13de en 14de eeuw
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ISBN: 9065693777 Year: 1986 Volume: 43 Publisher: Brussel : Koninklijke academie voor wetenschappen, letteren en schone kunsten van België,


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Heelkunde in Vlaanderen door de eeuwen heen : in de voetsporen van Yperman
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ISBN: 9050660746 Year: 1990 Publisher: [Brussel] : Gemeentekrediet,

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Deze publikatie werd gerealiseerd naar aanleiding van het XXXIIe Internationaal Congres over de Geschiedenis van de Geneeskunde, georganiseerd te Antwerpen door de Societas Belgica Historiae Medicinae, van 2 tot 8 september 1990.


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Vesalius : het lichaam in beeld
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ISBN: 9789059085879 9059085876 Year: 2014 Publisher: Leuven Davidsfonds Uitgeverij

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In 2014 is het precies 500 jaar geleden dat Andreas Vesalius geboren werd. Zijn meesterwerk De humani corporis fabrica met zijn prachtige illustraties van theatrale skeletten en spiermannen in imaginaire landschappen zette Vesalius definitief op de wetenschappelijke én culturele kaart. Vesalius' levensverhaal en de context van het humanisme kaderen de ingrijpende veranderingen in de medische geschiedenis. Anatomie krijgt na Vesalius een prominente plaats binnen de opleiding geneeskunde, maar ook in de publieke ruimte. Het ontstaan van anatomische theaters overal in Europa is daar een mooi voorbeeld van. Ook kunstenaars raken niet uitgekeken op het spektakel van openbare dissecties en anatomische musea. De invloed van Vesalius reikt tot vandaag in de medische beeldvorming. Tussen 1 oktober 2014 en 18 januari 2015 staat Leuven in het teken van deze wereldberoemde en revolutionaire anatoom. Hoogtepunt is ongetwijfeld de Vesaliustentoonstelling in M - Museum Leuven. Curator Geert Vanpaemel toont de onuitwisbare impact van Vesalius op de medisch-anatomische traditie én de artistieke verbeelding van het menselijk lichaam. De meest spraakmakende thema's van de tentoonstelling krijgen een plaats in dit boek.

Books of the body : anatomical ritual and renaissance learning
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ISBN: 0226092879 Year: 1999 Publisher: Chicago (Ill.) : University of Chicago press,

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We usually see the Renaissance as a marked departure from older traditions, but Renaissance scholars often continued to cling to the teachings of the past. For instance, despite the evidence of their own dissections, which contradicted ancient and medieval texts, Renaissance anatomists continued to teach those outdated views for nearly two centuries. In 'Books of the Body,' Andrea Carlino explores the nature and causes of this intellectual inertia. On the one hand, anatomical practice was constrained by a reverence for classical texts and the belief that the study of anatomy was more properly part of natural philosophy than of medicine. On the other hand, cultural resistance to dissection and dismemberment of the human body, as well as moral and social norms that governed access to cadavers and the ritual of their public display in the anatomy theater, also delayed anatomy's development. A fascinating history of both Renaissance anatomists and the bodies they dissected, this book will interest anyone studying Renaissance science, medicine, art, religion, and society.


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Andreas Vesalius and the 'fabrica' in the age of printing : art, anatomy, and printing in the Italian Renaissance
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ISBN: 9782503576237 Year: 2018 Publisher: Turnhout : Brepols,

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Explores the origins and impact of the most famous book in the history of medical science and a key product of the Italian Renaissance: Andreas Vesalius’s De humanis corporis fabrica (1543). Andreas Vesalius’s fame derives from his writing of what is perhaps the most famous book in the history of medical science, De humanis corporis fabrica (1543), a treatise that within a few years transformed the imperfect art of anatomy into a modern science. This extraordinary work, however, came into being not just because of its author’s genius and industry, but for other reasons that remain (despite a vast body of scholarship) inadequately explored. These questions, the historical moment from which they stem, and the setting in which Vesalius produced the Fabrica, form the core of this volume. Some of these significant factors include the short time during which De fabrica was produced, the debated authorship of its illustrations, and its immediate and subsequent impact on the teaching of anatomy. The book’s significance within the context of present-day views of its historical value, and the ever increasing fascination it evokes among scholars and collectors alike, are also examined


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Kapellen in Vlaanderen : vergeten verleden.
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ISBN: 9058264149 9789058264145 905826338X Year: 2006 Publisher: Leuven Davidsfonds,

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