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Engraving showing a large facing standing skeleton on the right side of the page with a human head on the left with skin pulled away to reveal eye and jaw muscles; between the two is a fetal skeleton at bottom and numerous depictions of bones including a skull viewed from the bottom, the hip joint, the mandible, individual vertebrae, the hyoid bone, and a detail of the muscles of the eye; from Amé Bourdon’s Nouvelles tables anatomiques, Cambray, 1678.

Amé Bourdon was born in Cambrai, France, in 1636 or the son of an engineer in the service of the Spanish crown.

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deviantart: You can stop looking for those skull reference photos online now. This handy chart Different Angles of a Skull by *clz has all .