"Human beings have always speculated about their
physical contents; the difficulty has been in obtaining
an adequate interior view. Although human
dissection (of criminals, whether dead or alive) was
permitted in Alexandria in 300 BC, Galen, 5 centuries
later, still had to extrapolate human structures from animal
parts.2 Impeded by law, moral scruples and dogma, the
study of the human anatomy progressed by fits and starts,
always in tandem with the artistic representation, on paper,
in woodcut, engraving or wax model, of what was seen at
times with questionable objectivity. With the 19th century
came new technologies that offered not only new ways to
record, but new ways to see."
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