The Belgian anatomist Andreas Vesalius was among the first to dissect cadavers and accurately depict human anatomy. He studied in Louvain and Paris, but spent much of his career in Italy, lecturing in Padua, Basel, Pisa and Bologna. His seven-volume tex...
Andreas Vesalius (31 December 1514 – 15 October 1564) was a 16th-century ....
Nonetheless, he did not venture to dispute Galen on the distribution of blood,
being ... Here he soon died, in suc...
Andreas Vesalius was born on 31 December 1514 in Brussels, Belgium, then ...
In 1564, he left for a trip to the Holy Land but died on 15 October 1564 on the ...
Andreas Vesalius founded modern anatomy. ... was asked to observe and
comment on an autopsy of an 18-year-old noblewoman who had died suddenly.
.... Vesalius accompanied Philip to live in Madrid, Spain but he did not enjoy life
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a possession of the Republic of Venice, and Vesalius died there, ... that some
people did in the Early Modern period as penance for a sinful act.
ndreas Vesalius, the father of modern anatomy, was born in Brussels on ...
Vesalius arrived in Basel to oversee the printing of his magnum opus, but did not
... on the island of Zante (Zakynthos), Greece, where Vesalius fell ill and died in
May 14, 2015 ... Andreas Vesalius, (Latin), Flemish Andries Van Wesel (born December 1514,
Brussels [now in Belgium]—died June 1564, island of Zacynthus, Republic of
Venice [now in ... He did so while visiting the University of Bologna.
Biography of Andreas Vesalius, 16th-century Belgian anatomist who wrote The ...
On his return voyage his ship was damaged at sea and he died near Zante ...
The anatomist Andreas Vesalius investigated the human body by means of ...
Vesalius died while returning from a pilgrimage to the Holy Land (Palestine) in ...
Andreas Vesalius was the founder of modern human anatomy. Before him, there
were a few early attempts on studying the human body.