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an artwork by Zoe Romano, Giorgia Petri, Laura Migliano
The 16th century was a time of medical revolution. Many pioneering researchers gathered new evidence from human dissections challenging accepted views on anatomy, and especially the bodies of women and men.
The 1559 edition of Thomas Gemini’s Compediosa Totius Anatomie Delineatio features a depiction of a semi-dissected female torso, and the book’s original owner cut away a neat triangle of paper on which the vagina would have been drawn. Continue reading Fiat Voluptas Tua – An Artwork