Anatomy gallery: Cabinet of curiosities

By Tom Simonite These images of historical dissections and mutants were taken by Philadelphia printmaker James Mundie on a tour of European anatomy museums. Mundie has long been interested in the role of teratology – the study of “monsters” – in the history of medicine, a field that has in the past overlapped with circuses and sideshows. His captions explain what he saw in these specimens. See a gallery of Mundie’s photos of anatomical specimens More on these topics:
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