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|150||Animals||Galen dissects apes, monkeys, cows, dogs; writes treatises on human anatomy.|
|275||1||275 BCE Herophilus teaches anatomy, Alexandria, Egypt; performs dissections of human bodies.|
|1st Jan, 0600||3||Knowledge of Greek anatomical treatises lost to Western Europeans, but retained in Byzantium and the Islamic world. Islamic scholars translate Greek anatomical treatises into Arabic.|
|1st Jan, 1100||4||Galen’s anatomical treatises translated from Arabic into Latin, later from the Greek originals.|
|1st Jan, 1235||5||First European medical school founded at Salerno, Italy; human bodies are publicly dissected.|
|3rd Jan, 1316||6||Mondino de’Liuzzi stages public dissections, Bologna, Italy; writes Anatomia.|
|1st Jan, 1450||7||Moveable type invented; Gutenberg Bible printed (1455). Copperplate engraving invented.|
|1st Jan, 1491||8||First illustrated printed medical book published in Venice, Johannes de Ketham, Fasciculus medicinae.|
|9||Schwammerdam, Ruysch and others start making anatomical specimens and museums.
Bidloo starts movement toward greater anatomical realism.
First art academies founded; anatomy is a key part of the curriculum.
|10||Anatomy plays an important role in medical education and research.|
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