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Auzoux papier-mache model of ear, 1850-1880

Item Information

Title:
Auzoux papier-mache model of ear, 1850-1880
Description:
Large dissectible model of human ear with removable internal organs. Model is brown in color and held together with metal frame. Additional papier mache piece fits over removable internal organs as a cover. Various parts of model are labeled in French.
Creator:
Auzoux, Louis Thomas Jérôme, 1797-1880
Date:
[1850?–1880?]
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: 21541
Subjects:
Auzoux, Louis Thomas Jérôme, 1797-1880
Models
Papier-mache
Ear
Inner ear
Cochlea
Extent:
1 model
Link to Item:
Terms of Use:
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Notes:
This dissectible ear model was created by the firm of Louis Thomas Jerome Auzoux in Saint-Aubin-d’Ecroville, France. In June of 2014, the Program for Medical Education at Harvard Medical School transferred this model to the Warren Anatomical Museum.
Identifier:
Warren Anatomical Museum Catalog Number: 21541