Ancient anatomy

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  • Beauty has been extolled and made a cult object in all cultures and civilizations,whatever their geographic distribution, ethnic origin, or religion. In ancient Egypt, beauty was associated with a sacred nature and personified by Queen Nefertiti, a woman who had high brows, wide and well-delineated eyes, rich lips, a dignified countenance, and an upright bearing, the very image of subtle energy; the ancient Egyptians regarded beauty closely akin to ‘‘holiness.’’

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  • So great a number of Treatises of Surgery, as well Ancient as Modern, have been already publish'd, that a plenary Satisfaction seems to have been long since given on this Subject, even to the Judgment of the most curious Inquirers: But if it be consider'd that a young Surgeon ought always to have in view the first Principles of this Noble Art explain'd after a familiar and intelligible manner, it will be soon acknowledg'd that there is good reason to set about the Work anew: For besides that the Writings of the Ancients being so voluminous, are not portable, they are also very intricate and...

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  • We all have bodies, and all our bodies function in much the same way. Each of us originates in a fertilized egg; we all breathe and maintain a heartbeat; we all eat, digest, and excrete. If we cannot perform these basic functions for ourselves, then our life depends on medical machinery doing them for us. In these respects we are all alike, and like, too, not only all the generations of human beings before us, but all mammals, birds, and reptiles. Bodies, you could say, have no history because they have been much the same since the first human beings came into existence....

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  • Leprosy, first described in ancient Indian texts from the sixth century B.C., is a nonfatal, chronic infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae, whose clinical manifestations are largely confined to the skin, peripheral nervous system, upper respiratory tract, eyes, and testes. The unique tropism of M. leprae for peripheral nerves (from large nerve trunks to microscopic dermal nerves) and certain immunologically mediated reactional states are the major causes of morbidity in leprosy.

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  • cience Glossary Translation in Vietnamese Englsih A acceleration absorb acid rain action adaptation adapt Affect air advantage adult adjust air pressure air mass amount Amphibian resistance alternate alto analyze amplitude angle anatomy ancestor ancient Anemometer appliance Animalia apply appropriate antibiotic antibody absorbent; absorb water; absorption . promptings, causing more blood. acid rain drowned. actions. adapted; assembly. adaptation; the assembly. adjustment; adaptation.

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  • (BQ) Ebook Eyewonder: Horse answers all the questions about the natural world that young children are curious about. Packed with information on horse anatomy and behavior, Horse provides information on the many ways humans have used horses for transportation, warfare, farming, and entertainment, from the ancient world to today.

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  • The fifth century BC is known as the golden age of ancient Greece. Greek art from this time is characterized by a realistic rendering of human anatomy and the movement of the body through space. Many variations of this type of statue were made, but some scholars associate this sculpture with the work of the Greek artist Agorakritos. He was an Athenian artist of the fifth century BC and a student of the renowned ancient Greek artist Pheidias.

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