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Auzoux model of viper brain, 19th century

Item Information

Title:
Auzoux model of viper brain, 19th century
Description:
Auzoux model of viper brain, enlarged. Model separates into two halves and is grey, brown, and pink in color. Several areas of model have small labels of parts of the brain in French.
Creator:
Auzoux, Louis Thomas Jérôme, 1797-1880
Date:
1800–1899
Format:
Objects/Artifacts
Genre:
Models (representations)
Location:
Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine)
Collection (local):
Warren Anatomical Museum
Warren Anatomical Museum: 21558
Subjects:
Auzoux, Louis Thomas Jérôme, 1797-1880
Models
Papier-mache
Viper
Brain
Extent:
1 model
Link to Item:
Terms of Use:
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Notes:
This dissectible viper brain model was created by the firm of Louis Thomas Jerome Auzoux in Saint-Aubin-d’Ecroville, France in the 19th century. It was found in the collections of the Warren Anatomical Museum and assigned a catalog number on 1/22/2015.
Identifier:
Warren Anatomical Museum Catalog Number: 21558