Anatomical fugitive sheet bound at the end of Valverde, Vivae imagines partium corporis Part of the engraving is composed of printed paper flaps that, when lifted, reveal the internal organs of the figure. This is one of a pair of male and female figures.
The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, in Vibrant Vintage Illustrations circa 1959
Figure of a pregnant woman, a woodcut with hand colour, is from Fasciculus Medicinae, one of the first printed medical books with anatomical illustrations. This collection of medical treatises was published in Venice in
Female Anatomical Figure Probably Italian, century Science Museum/SSPL The covering of the torso lifts off to reveal the internal organs. They demonstrate a knowledge of anatomy, but are not detailed enough to have been used for advanced teaching.