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necspenecmetu:

Peter Strudel, The Fall of the Rebel Angels, 1694

necspenecmetu:

Peter Strudel, The Fall of the Rebel Angels, 1694

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mioumioumioumiou:

Post-world war Cologne  (c)Karl Hugo Schmölz

mioumioumioumiou:

Post-world war Cologne
(c)Karl Hugo Schmölz

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ggwookie:

Soviet Space Program

Stamps, 1967 and 1971

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frontal-cortex:

The neuromuscular junction connects the nervous system to the muscular system via synapses between efferent nerve fibers and muscle fibers, also known as muscle cells.
Picture : The frog developing neuromuscular junctions are labeled with a marker of synaptic vesicles (green) and a marker of acetylcholine receptors (red).

frontal-cortex:

The neuromuscular junction connects the nervous system to the muscular system via synapses between efferent nerve fibers and muscle fibers, also known as muscle cells.

Picture : The frog developing neuromuscular junctions are labeled with a marker of synaptic vesicles (green) and a marker of acetylcholine receptors (red).

(Source: bio.umass.edu, via youarelurkinghere)

historicaltimes:

Lenin Square, Uzbekistan, 1966-1972

historicaltimes:

Lenin Square, Uzbekistan, 1966-1972

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senjukannon:

Anatomical illustrations of the torso and upper body, showing musculature, skeletal structure, blood vessels, connective tissue (and so on) by Nicolas-Henri Jacob for Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, who in 1830

began work on Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine operatoire, a masterpiece on human anatomy that was published in eight volumes.

Bourgery worked on the atlas until his death in 1849, with the last volume being published posthumously. The finished work contained 2108 pages of folio-sized text and 726 hand-colored lithographs. The illustrative work was performed by Nicolas-Henri Jacob (1782–1871), who was a student of famed painter Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825).

"The first five volumes of Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme dealt with descriptive anatomy; volumes six and seven covered surgical anatomy; and the last volume discussed general and philosophical anatomy. It is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical works ever published.”

(via scientificillustration)

fuehrerbefehl:

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A Panther tank from 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking preparing to cross a wooden bridge.

fuehrerbefehl:

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A Panther tank from 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking preparing to cross a wooden bridge.

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thegoddessofwaifus:

Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei Chapters 122-130

(Source: kitchiri, via daintypersnicketydingo)

senjukannon:

Illustrations of surgical instruments by Nicolas-Henri Jacob for Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, who in 1830

“began work on Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine operatoire, a masterpiece on human anatomy that was published in eight volumes.

Bourgery worked on the atlas until his death in 1849, with the last volume being published posthumously. The finished work contained 2108 pages of folio-sized text and 726 hand-colored lithographs. The illustrative work was performed by Nicolas-Henri Jacob (1782–1871), who was a student of famed painter Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825).

"The first five volumes of Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme dealt with descriptive anatomy; volumes six and seven covered surgical anatomy; and the last volume discussed general and philosophical anatomy. It is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical works ever published.”

(via scientificillustration)