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Choose from 212 pictures in our Human collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Anatomical drawing, c1472-c1519 (1883). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Featured Print

Anatomical drawing, c1472-c1519 (1883). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Anatomical drawing, c1472-c1519 (1883). From The Literary Works of Leonardo Da Vinci, Vol. II by Jean Paul Richter, PH. DR. [Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, London, 1883]

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A medical thangka from a version of the commentary on the ancient Four Tantras, the Featured Print

A medical thangka from a version of the commentary on the ancient Four Tantras, the

A medical thangka from a version of the commentary on the ancient Four Tantras, the fundamental treatise of Tibetan medicine. The commentary was prepared by Sangye Gyamtso (1653-1705), Regent of Tibet, as an attempt to codify Tibetan medical science. Childbirth, human reproductive system. Country of Origin: Tibet. Culture: Buddhist. Date/Period: 18-19th century. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Formerly Philip Goldman Collection, London. Location: 10

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A fish hook of human bone with double inner barb Featured Print

A fish hook of human bone with double inner barb

A fish hook of human bone with double inner barb. To make a fish hook of an enemy warrior's bone would have been a deliberate and especially marked insult designed to provoke an enemy group into battle. The Ngai Tahu tribe introduced cannibalism into South Island in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Culture: Maori. Date/Period: 19th C. Place of Origin: Banks Peninsula. Material Size: Human bone. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Canterbury Museum, Christchurch . Location: 03

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