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===About Ziegler Models===
 
===About Ziegler Models===
 
[[Embryology History - Ziegler Models|Ziegler Models]] are a historic series of wax models made in the 1880s based upon the embryos of [[Embryology_History_-_Wilhelm_His|Prof. Wilhelm His]], Leipzig. His had earlier prepared a series of freehand models. These models are the basis of some teaching models still commercially available and used today. My thanks to Toon van Leest for these images.
 
[[Embryology History - Ziegler Models|Ziegler Models]] are a historic series of wax models made in the 1880s based upon the embryos of [[Embryology_History_-_Wilhelm_His|Prof. Wilhelm His]], Leipzig. His had earlier prepared a series of freehand models. These models are the basis of some teaching models still commercially available and used today. My thanks to Toon van Leest for these images.

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About Ziegler Models

Ziegler Models are a historic series of wax models made in the 1880s based upon the embryos of Prof. Wilhelm His, Leipzig. His had earlier prepared a series of freehand models. These models are the basis of some teaching models still commercially available and used today. My thanks to Toon van Leest for these images.