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Fig. 5. Frontispiece. Harvey's first edition

(after Malioch)[2]

Author includes this and the succeeding frontispiece from Harvey because they are supposed to come from a first edition. It is usually stated. however, that only one first edition appeared in London and three in Amsterdam during the same year. The phrase ex ovo omnia is found on the egg-shell in both. It is unknown who introduced these illustrations, but it is not improbable that it was the printer.


Reference

Meyer AW. Essays on the History of Embryology: Part IV. Cal West Med. 1932 Mar;36(3):176-80. PMID 18742069


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