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Identifier: corporishumanidi00high

Title: Corporis humani disquisitio anatomica : in qua sanguinis circulationem in quavis corporis particula plurimis typis novis

Year: 1651 (1650s)

Authors: Highmore, Nathaniel, 1613-1685

Subjects: Human anatomy Blood Anatomy Blood Circulation

Publisher: Hagae-Comitis : Ex officina Samuelis Broun

Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

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Dans le quartier de Piazza. Le plus ancien hôtel de la ville, date de 1905. Il fut construit par l'Impératrice Taitu, femme de Menelik II pour héberger les hôtes de marque.

This is the congregation of Itague in Medellin, Colombia. One of our Students goes there every weekend and preaches and work.