Dionis, Anatomy of Human Bodies Improv’d, 2nd ed, 1716
The Anatomy of Human Bodies Improv’d, According to the Circulation of the Blood, and all the Modern Discoveries. Publickly Demonstated at the Theatre In the Royal Garden at Paris by Monsieur Dionis, Chief Surgeon to the late Dauphiness, and to the present Dutchess of Burgundy. Translated from the Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged by the Author; with an Ample Dissertation upon The Nature of Generation; And several New Systems. With Figures of all the Parts of the Body, and an Useful Index of the Principal Matters. The Second Edition. London. 1716.
Full brown leather Cambridge binding with raised bands and black title plate on spine. Scattered scuffs and scratches. Small grey stain on rear board. Top coroners chipped. Top and bottom of spine chip