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#Mikrokosmographia a description of the body of man. Together vvith the controuersies thereto belonging. Collected and translated out of all the best authors of anatomy, especially out of Gasper Bauhinus and Andreas Laurentius. By Helkiah Crooke Doctor of Physicke, physitian to His Maiestie, and his Highnesse professor in anatomy and chyrurgerie. Published by the Kings Maiesties especiall direction and warrant according to the first integrity, as it was originally written by the author.#

##Crooke, Helkiah, 1576-1635.## Mikrokosmographia a description of the body of man. Together vvith the controuersies thereto belonging. Collected and translated out of all the best authors of anatomy, especially out of Gasper Bauhinus and Andreas Laurentius. By Helkiah Crooke Doctor of Physicke, physitian to His Maiestie, and his Highnesse professor in anatomy and chyrurgerie. Published by the Kings Maiesties especiall direction and warrant according to the first integrity, as it was originally written by the author. Crooke, Helkiah, 1576-1635.

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  1. SERENISSIMO POTENTISSIMO, LITER Atiſsimoque Principi ac Domino Noſtro Iacobo, Dei Gratia Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae Regi, Fidei Defenſori, &c.

  2. TO THE VVORSHIPFVLL Company of the Barber-Chyrurgeons, the Maiſter, Wardens, Aſsistants, and Comminalty of the ſame; HELKIAH CROOKE, Phyſitian and Profeſſor in Anatomy and Chirurgery to His MAIESTIE, wiſheth Happie and proſperous Succeſſe in Your PROFESSION.

  3. The Contents of the ſeuerall Bookes contained in this Uolume.

  4. 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉:〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉,〈 in non-Latin alphabetINtactuſque lutum immundum ſpeculaturSol. Aquieus,Foemineamque notant ſcriniaSancta. ceraLeuit. 15. TH'vntainted Sun on Iudg. 3. 22. EGLONS dung can ſtare,And Sacred writ doth Gene. 32. 35.RACHELS Mon

  5. The Table of the ſeuerall Chapters and Queſtions contayned in this whole Uolume.

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  1. OF THE EXCELLENCIE OF MAN. Together with the Profite, Neceſsitie, Antiquitie, & Method of ANATOMY. As alſo, of the Authors, Subiect, and generall Precepts of the ſame.

    _ THE FIRST BOOKE.

    • The Praeface.

    • The firſt Chapter. The Excellency of Man is declared by his parts, Namely, the minde and the bodie, and firſt what is the dignity of the Soule.

    • Of the Dignity and wonderfull frame of Mans Body. CHAP. II.

    • Epicurus, Momus, Pliny, and other the malicious and falſe detractors from Nature are cenſured, and the Excellency of Man is demonstrated by his Nakedneſse. Cap. III.

    • What the Body of Man differeth from other Creatures, and what it hath proper and peculiar in the compoſition and frame thereof. Chap. IIII.

    • How profitable and behoouefull Anatomy is to the knowledge of Mans ſelfe. CHAP. V.

    • How profitable and helpefull Anatomy is to the knowledge of God. CHAP. VI.

    • How profitable Anatomy is to Philoſophers, and in a manner to all Artificers and Handy-crafts men. CHAP. VII.

    • Wherein is demonſtrated that Anatomy is not onely profitable, but of abſolute neceſsitie for Phyſitions and Chirurgions. CHAP. VIII.

    • With what Method Anatomy may be beſt taught and demonſtrated. CHAP. IX.

    • Who haue written of Anatomy; and firſt what Hippocrates hath written thereof. CHAP. X.

    • What Galen hath written of Anatomie, and how vniuſtly he is accuſed by the later writers eſpecially by Veſalius. CHAP. XI.

    • How farre Ariſtotles skill ſtretched in Anatomy. CHAP. XII.

    • What the other Greeke Authors haue written of Anatomy. CHAP. XIII.

    • Who haue beene the chiefe Authors of Anatomy in our owne times. CHAP. XIIII.

    • Of the definition of Anatomy, and what Inſtruments are thereto neceſſary. CHAP. XV.

    • What is the ſubiect or immediate obiect of Anatomy, to wit, a Part, where the definition of a Part is vnfolded. CHAP. XVI.

    • What an Anatomist muſt conſider in euery part. CHAP. XVII.

    • The differences of Parts: and firſt Hippocrates his diuiſion of Parts. CHAP. XVIII.

    • A diuiſion of Parts into Principall, and not principall. CHAP. XIX.

    • An Elegant diuiſion of Parts into Similar and Diſsimilar, and an exquiſite interpretation of the ſame. CHAP. XX.

    • The other differencies of the parts are vnfoulded. CHAP. XXI.

    _ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies concerning the Subiect of ANATOMY.

    • The Praeface.

    • Of the definition of a Part. QVEST. I.

    • Of the principalitie of the Parts againſt the Peripateticks, proouing that there is not one onely Principall; to wit, the Heart. QVEST. II.

    • QVEST. III. How many principall parts there are.

    • QVEST. IIII. Which of all the principall Parts is the moſt Noble.

    • QVEST. V. Of ſimilar and diſsimilar parts, and firſt of the number of them.

    • Queſt. 6. Whether a ſimilar part may be called Organicall; and whether the actions belong to the ſimilar Parts, or to the Organicall.

    • Whether the Spermaticall parts be generated of ſeede. QVEST. VII.

    • Whether the Spermaticall parts can reioyne againe after they be violated and ſeuered. QVEST. VIII.

    • QVEST. IX. Whether the Spermaticall parts be hotter then the Fleſhie.

    • QVEST. X. Whether the ſolid parts being once dryed, can be made moyſt againe.

    _ THE SECOND BOOKE. Of the parts Inveſting and Containing the whole Body: And alſo the lower belly in particular.

    • The Praeface.

    • CHAP. I. A Diuiſion of the body of Man.

    • The diuiſion of the inferior or lower belly. CHAP. II.

    • Of the compoſition or frame of the lower belly. CHAP. III,

    • CHAP. IIII. Of the Haires of the whole body.

    • Of the Cuticle or Skarfe-skin. CHAP. V.

    • Of the Skinne. CHAP. VI.

    • CHAP. VII. Of the Fat.

    • Of the fleſhy Membrane. CHAP. VIII.

    • CHAP. IX. Of the Investing or Containing parts, proper to the lower Belly.

    • CHAP. X. Of the Peritonaeum or rim of the belly.

    • CHAP. XI. Of the vmbilicall or Nauel veſſels.

    _ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies concerning the Common Inueſting parts of the Body, and thoſe that properly belong to the Lower Belly.

    • QVEST. I. How the Haires are nouriſhed.

    • Whether the Skin be the Organ or inſtrument of touching. QVEST. II.

    • Of the Temper of the Skin. QVEST. II.

    • Of the Originall and Generation of the Skin. QVETS. III.

    • Whether the Skin performe any common and officiall action. QVEST. IIII.

    • QVEST. V. Whether it be heate or colde, whereby Fat is congealed.

    • Whether Fat be a liuing and animated part of the body. QVEST. VI.

    • QVEST. VII. Of the Membranes, vſe, and productions of the Peritonaeum.

    • QVEST. VIII. Of a new kinde of compunction of dropſie bodies through the Nauell.

    _ THE THIRD BOOKE, Of the Parts belonging to Nutrition or Nouriſhment.

    • The Praeface.

    • CHAP. I. A distribution of the naturall parts contained in the lower Belly.

    • CHAP. II. Of the Omentum or Kall.

    • CHAP. III. A briefe Deſcription of the Gate-Veine and his Branches.

    • Of the Arteries called Caeliaca, and Meſenterica; that is, the Arteries of the Stomacke, and the Meſenterie which accompany the branches of the Gate veine. CHAP. IIII.

    • CHAP. V. Of the Guttes.

    • CHAP. VI. Of the Meſentery.

    • Of the Pancreas or ſweet-bread. CHAP. VII.

    • Of the branches of the Hollow Veine, and the great Arterie, diſſeminated through the lower Belly. CHAP. VIII.

    • CHAP. IX. Of the Stomacke.

    • Of the Oeſophagus or Gullet. CHAP. X.

    • Of the Spleene or Milt. CHAP. XI.

    • CHAP. XII. Of the Liuer.

    • Of the Bladder of Gall. CHAP. XIII.

    • Of the Kidneyes. CHAP. XIIII.

    • CHAP. XV. Of the Vreters or paſsages of vrine.

    • CHAP. XVI. Of the Blader.

    • Of the Fundament. CHAP. XVII.

    • The Muſcles and Nerues ſcituated in the cauitie of the lower Belly. CHAP. XVIII.

    • The Bones of the lower Belly. CHAP. XIX.

    • CHAP. XX. Of the Breſts or Paps.

    _ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Contouerſies concerning the parts belonging to Nutrition

    • QVESTION I. Whether the Guttes haue any common Attractiue faculty.

    • QVEST. II. Whether the Guts haue any common Retentiue Facultie.

    • QVEST. III. Whether the Guttes haue any Concocting Facultie.

    • QVEST. IIII. Of the Expulſiue vertue of the guts, and their Periſtaltick motion.

    • QVEST. V. Whither Cliſters can paſſe vpward vnto the Stomacke.

    • QVEST. VI. Of the Euill Sauour of the Excrements.

    • QVEST. VII. Of the ſubſtance and the ſcite of the guts.

    • QVEST. VIII. Whither the vpper mouth of the ſtomacke be the ſeate of Appetite.

    • QVEST. IX. Of the ſcituation and conſent of the vppermoſt mouth of the ſtomacke.

    • QVEST. X. Whether the Chylus be made by the heat, or by the forme of the Stomacke: and why the ſtomack doth not breede foure ſubſtances and excrements as well as the Liuer.

    • QVEST. XI. Whether the Stomacke be nouriſhed by the Chylus or by Bloud.

    • QVEST. XII. What is the Nature of a ſpirit, and whether the Liuer do breede or beget a Naturall ſpirit.

    • QVEST. XIII. Whether the Bladder doe draw the Choler vnto it for his Nouriſhment.

    • QVEST. XIIII. Of the paſsages by which the Choler is purged, againſt Falopius.

    • QVEST. XV. Concerning the vſe of the Spleene againſt the ſlanderous calumniations of Galens Aduerſaries.

    • QVEST. XVI. By what wayes the Melancholy iuice paſſeth from the Spleene to the bottome of the stomacke, and for what vſe.

    • QVEST. XVII. How thoſe that are ſplenitick are purged by Vrine, and by what wayes thoſe purgations paſſe.

    • QVEST. XVIII. Of the vſe of the Kidneyes, and the matter of the vrine.

    • QVEST. XIX. That the reaſons of diuers Symptomes which follow ſuch as are afflicted with the Stone, are to be required for Anatomy.

    • QVEST. XX. Whether the bladder doe drawe the Vrine.

    • QVEST. XXI. Of the Retention and Excretion of the Vrine, whether it be accompliſhed by a Natural or by an Animal faculty.

    • QVEST. XXII. Of the action and vſe of the Breaſts or Paps.

    • QVEST. XXIII. Whether Milke can be generated before conception.

    • QVEST. XXIIII. Wherein certaine Problemes are vnfoulded concerning the generation of Milke.

    _ THE FOVRTH BOOKE Of the Naturall Parts belonging to generation, as well in Men as in VVomen.

    • The Praeface.

    • CHAP. I. Of the Neceſsitie of the parts of Generation.

    • CHAP. II. Of the preparing ſpermaticke or ſeede veſſels.

    • CHAP. III. Of the Parastatae.

    • CHAP. IIII. Of the Teſticles or Stones.

    • CHAP. V. Of the veſsles called Vaſa deferentia, or Leading veſſels.

    • CHAP. VI. Of the Bladders of ſeede.

    • CHAP. VII. Of the Prostatae.

    • CHAP. VIII. Of the yard or virile member.

    • CHAP. IX. Of the proportion of theſe parts both in Men and Women.

    • CHAP. X. Of the preparing Spermatical veſſels.

    • CHAP. XI. Of the Teſticles.

    • CHAP. XII. Of the vaſa deferentia or Leading veſsels.

    • CHAP. XIII. Of the wombe or Matrixe.

    • CHAP. XIIII. Of the ſimple or ſimilar parts of the wombe, and particularly of the bottome and the orifice.

    • CHAP. XV. Of the necke of the wombe & of the Hymen.

    • CHAP. XVI. Of the Lap or Priuities.

    • CHAP. XVII. Of the wombe of a Sheepe and a Dogge.

    _ ¶ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies of the fourth Booke.

    • QVESTION I. Whether the Teſticles be principall parts or no.

    • QVEST. II. Of the vſe of the Testicles.

    • QVEST. III. The opinion of Phiſitians concerning the true vſe of the Teſticles.

    • QVEST. IIII. Of the ſubſtance and coates of the Teſticles,

    • QVEST. V. Of the conſent betweene the Chest and the Testicles.

    • QVEST. VI. Of the ſcituation of the Prostatae.

    • QVEST. VII. Whether the Erection of the yard be a Naturall or an Animall action.

    • QVEST. VIII. How the parts of generation in men and women doe differ.

    • QVEST. IX. Of the motions of the wombe.

    • QVEST. X. How the Wombe is affected with ſmelles and ſauours.

    • QVEST. XI. Of the wonderfull conſent betweene the wombe and almoſt all the parts of womens bodis.

    • QVEST. XII. Concerning the Acetabula, the hornes and coates of the wombe.

    • QVEST. XIII. Of the Membrane called Hymen and the markes of virginitie

    _ THE FIFT BOOKE, Wherein the Hiſtorie of the Infant is acurately deſcribed, as alſo the principles of Generation, the Conception, the Conformation, the Nouriſhment, the Life, the Motion, and the Birth of the Infant, as neere as may be according to the Opinion of Hippocrates.

    • The Praeface.

    • CHAP. I. What things are neceſſary toward a perfect Generation.

    • CHAP. II. Of the Principles of generation, ſeed & the Mothers blood.

    • CHAP. III. Of the Mothers Blood, the other principle of Generation.

    • CHAP. IIII. Of Conception.

    • CHAP. V. Of the Conformation of the Parts.

    • CHAP. VI. Of the Nouriſhment of the Infant, and how it exerciſeth the Naturall Faculties.

    • CHAP. VII. How the Infant exerciſeth his vital Faculties.

    • CHAP. VIII. Of the motion and ſcituation of the Infant in the wombe, which are Animall faculties.

    • CHAP. IX. The excluſion or birth of thr Childe.

    _ ¶ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies concerning the Hiſtorie of the Infant.

    • QVEST. I. Of the Difference of the Sexes.

    • QVEST. II. Of the Temperament of women, whether they are colder or hotter then men.

    • QVEST. III. What Seede is.

    • QVEST. IIII. Whether ſeede fall from all the parts of the body.

    • QVEST. V. Whether women do yeelde ſeede.

    • QVEST. VI. Of the Excretion of the Seede, by what power or Facultie it is accompliſhed.

    • QVEST. VII. Whence commeth the pleaſure in the eiaculation of Seede.

    • QVEST. VIII. Whether the Menstruall Blood haue any noxious or hurtfull qualitie therein.

    • QVEST. IX. Whether the menſtruous bloud be the cauſe of thoſe Meazels and ſmall Pocks which are wont once in a mans life to trouble him.

    • QVEST. X. Of the cauſes of the periodicall euacuation of the Menstrua.

    • QVEST. XI. Whether it is neceſſary to Conception that the Seed of both Sexes ſhould iſſue together, and that with pleaſure, and be preſently mingled.

    • QVEST. XII. Whether the wombe haue any operatiue or actiue power in the conformation of the Creature.

    • QVEST. XIII. Of vitious or faulty Conceptions, and eſpecially of the Mola.

    • QVEST. XIIII. Of Monsters and Hermophradites.

    • QVEST. XV. Whether all the parts are formed together.

    • QVEST. XVI. Whether the Membranes which encompaſſe the Infant bee first formed, and whether they bee made by the Forming Facultie, and of the Seede of the Woman. ()

    • QVEST. XVII. Of the Number of the vmbilicall veſselles.

    • QVEST. XVIII. Of the originall of the Vmbilicall veſſels.

    • QVEST. XIX. Of the times of the Conformation of a man and of a woman-childe.

    • QVEST. XX. Whence it commeth that children are like their Parents.

    • QVEST. XXI. How Twinnes, or more Infants are generated.

    • QVEST. XXII. How Superfoetation is made, why onely a woman when ſhe hath conceiued deſireth the company of the Male, and by what wayes ſhe then elaculateth Seed.

    • QVEST. XXIII. Whether the Infant drawe his Nouriſhment at his mouth.

    • QVEST. XXIIII. Whether the Infant be nouriſhed onely with bloud, and whether he accompliſh onely one Concoction.

    • QVEST. XXV. Of the Communion of the foure Veſſels of the Heart in the Infant.

The firſt Exerciſe, wherein the trueth of Galens demonstration is illustrated.

THE SECOND EXERCISE. Wherein the new demonstration of the vſe of theſe Communions divulged by Simon Petreus a Phyſitian of Paris is confuted.

THE THIRD EXERCISE. Another new Demonſtration of the vſe of the Inoculations, deuiſed by Francis Roſset, a learned Phyſitian belonging to the French King.

  * QVEST. XXVI. Whether the Infant in the wombe doe reſpire and ſtand in need of the labour of his Lungs.

  * QVEST. XXVII. Whether the vitall Faculty which procreateth the ſpirits is idle in the infant, and whether his heart is mooued by it owne proper power. A Paradoxe.

  * QVEST. XXVIII. Whether there be in the infant any generation of Animal ſpirits, and what poſition the Infant hath in the womb.

  * QVEST. XXIX. Of the Nature and Differences of the birth.

  * QVEST. XXX. How many times there be of a Mans Birth, and what they are.

  * QVEST. XXXI. What are the vniuerſall and particular Cauſes of the Birth.

  * QVEST. XXXII. Whether in a deſperate byrth the Caeſarian Section be to be attempted.

  * QVEST. XXXIII. Whether in the Birth the Share and Haunch-bones doe part aſunder.

_ THE SIXT BOOKE, Of the Middle Region, called the Cheſt or the Thorax, which conteyneth the Vitall partes to to which alſo wee will referre the Necke with the VVeazon.

  * The Praeface.

  * CHAP. I. Of the Thorax or Cheſt, and the Diuiſion of it.

  * CHAP. II. Of the Skin, the Fat, and the skinne veſſelles of the Chest and the Necke.

  * CHAP. III. Of the muſcles of the middle belly and of the parts of the necke.

On the forepart there are three on either ſide.

On the back part there are ten on either ſide.Muſcles on the backſide of the cheſt.

Before; theſe, beſide thoſe which grow to the iaw and are vnder the Chin.

  * CHAP. IIII. Of the Muſcles betweene the Ribbes called Intercoſtales.

  * CHAP. V. Of the midriffe called Diaphragma.

  * CHAP. VI. Of the Membrane called Pleura.

  * CHAP. VII. Of the Mediaſtinum.

  * CHAP. VIII. Of the Thymus and Purſe of the Heart called Pericardium, and the water conteyned therein.

  * CHAP. IX. Of the aſcending trunke of the Hollow veine.

  * CHAP. X. Of the Nerues in the Cheſt and the necke.

  * CHAP. XI. Of the Heart.

  * CHAP. XII. Of the ſubſtance, ventricles and eares of the heart.

  * CHAP. XIII. Of the veſſels of the Heart and their values.

  * CHAP. XIIII. Of the great Artery and his values and vſe about the Heart.

  * CHAP. XV. Of the vnion of the veſſelles of the heart in the Infant vnborne which is aboliſhed after they come into the world.

  * CHAP. XVI. Of the Branches of the great Artery diſſeminated through the Cheſt and the Necke.

  * CHAP. XVII. Of the Lungs.

  * CHAP. XVIII. Of the Weazon or winde-pipe called the ſharpe Artery, or Aſpera Arteria.

  * CHAP. XIX. Of the Muſcles and Nerues which are in the cauity of the Cheſt.

  * CHAP. XX. Of the Clauicles, Breast-bone and the Ribs.

  * CHAP. XXI. Of the bones of the Cheſt.

  * CHAP. XXII. Of the ſhoulder-blades and racks of the neck.

_ ¶ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies concerning the Cheſt and Heart, &c.

  * QVEST. I. An Anatomicall demonſtration concerning the Phrenſie of the Midriffe.

  * QVEST. II. Of the motion of the Heart and the Arteries or Pulſe, a Philoſophicall diſcourſe.

  * QVEST. III. Of the manner of the motion of the Heart, and whether it ſtrike the Breſt in the dilatation or in the contraction.

  * QVEST. IIII. By or from what power the Arteries are moued.

  * QVEST. V. Whether the Arteries are dilated, when the Heart is dilated, or on the contrary then contracted.

  * QVEST. VI. Of the generation of the vitall ſpirit, and by what wayes the bloud goeth out of the right into the left ventricle of the Heart.

  * QVEST. VII. Whether the Matter and Quitture of thoſe that are called Empyici maybe purged by the left Ventricle of the Heart and the Arteries, and how it is purged by the Vrine, by the Seidge and by Apostemation.

  * QVEST. VIII. Of the Temperament, nouriſhment, Subſtance and Fleſh of the Heart.

  * QVEST. IX. Whether the heart will beare an apoſtumdtion, ſolution of continuity or any grieuous diſeaſe.

  * QVEST. X. Of the nature of Reſpiration, and what are the Cauſes of it.

  * QVEST. XI. Of the Temperament and motion of the Lungs.

  * QVEST. XII. What kinde of motion the Cough is, and whether any part of the drinke fall into the Lungs.

_ THE SEVENTH BOOKE, Of the Third and vpper-moſt Venter called the HEAD, wherein are deſcribed the Animall Organes.

  * The Praeface, Wherein is conteyned the ſumme of the firſt Eight Bookes.

  * CHAP. I. Of the Names, ſcituation, forme and parts of the head.

  * CHAP. II. Of the common containing parts of the head.

  * CHAP. III. Of the Pericranium Perioſtium, and the Muſcles about the Head.

  * CHAP. IIII. Of the diuers Figures of the Head, the Sutures and ſubſtance of the Scull.

  * CHAP. V. Of the bones proper to the Scull.

  * CHAP. VI. Of the two Bones common to the Scul and the vpper Iaw.

  * CHAP. VII. Of the Meninges or Membranes of the Braine.

  * CHAP. VIII. Of the veſsels diſſeminated through the Brayne.

  * CHAP. IX. Of the Excellency, Scituation, Figure, Subſtance, and Temperament of the Braine.

  * CHAP. X. Of the Subſtance & parts of the Braine.

  * CHAP. XI. Of the ventricles of the Braine, the Arch, and the Plexus Choroides.

  * CHAP. XII. Of the Glandule called Pinealis, the Buttockes, the Teſticles and the fourth Ventricle of the Braine.

  * CHAP. XIII. Of the Tunnel, the Flegmaticke Glandule, the wonderfull Net, and the vſe of the Braine.

  * CHAP. XIIII. Of the Cerebellum or After-braine.

  * CHAP. XV. Of the ſpinall Marrow or pith of the Backe.

  * CHAP. XVI. Of the Nerues of the Braine, and firſt of the Organs of ſmelling, called Proceſſus Mammillares.

  * CHAP. XVII. Of the nerues of the Eyes, or of the firſt and ſecond Coniugations.

  * CHAP. XVIII. Of the third and fourth coniugations of the Nerues of the Braine.

  * CHAP. XIX. Of the Nerue of hearing, or of the fift Coniugation of the Braine.

  * CHAP. XX. Of the ſixt, ſeauenth, and eight Coniugations of the Sinewes.

  * CHAP. XXI. Of the Nerues proceeding from the ſpinal marrow properly ſo called.

  * CHAP. XXII. Varolius his manner of diſſecting the Head.

Of the Spinall Marrow.

Of the After-Braine or Cerebellum.

Of the Nerues of the eyes.

The inſtruments of Smelling or the Mammillary proceſſes.

Of the Venticles of the Brain.

_ ¶ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies concerning the Braine and the Parts thereof.

  * QVEST. 1. Whether the Braine be the ſeate of the Principall Faculties.

  * QVEST. II. Whether the Principall faculties haue distinct places in the Braine.

  * QVEST. III. Whether the principall faculties doe depend vpon the Temperament of the braine or vpon the Confirmation, that is, whether they be ſimilar or organicall actions.

  * QVEST. IIII. Of the vſe of the Braine againſt Ariſtotle.

  * QVEST. V. VVhence it is, that when the right ſide of the Head or Brayne is wounded or enflamed, a Convulſion falleth into the oppoſite partes.

  * QVEST. VI. Why when the right ſide of the head is wounded or obſtructed the oppoſite part is reſolued or becommeth Paralytical.

  * QVEST. VII. VVhat is the Nature of the animall ſpirit, what is the manner of his generation and the place thereof.

  * QVEST. VIII. Argenterius his opinion concerning the Animall ſpirit confuted.

Another Reaſon.

  * QVEST. IX Whether the braine be moued by a proper & In-bred faculty; or by the motion of the Arteries.

  * QVEST. X. VVhether the Braine hath any ſenſe.

  * QVEST. XI. Of the Temperament of the Braine.

  * QVEST. XII. How many and what are the Excrements of the Braine, and by what wayes they are purged.

  * QVEST. XIII. Of the number and vſe of the Ventricles.

  * QVEST. XIIII. Which of the ventricles are moſt excellent.

_ THE EIGHTH BOOKE, Of the Senſes and their Inſtruments, as alſo of the Uoyce.

  * The Praeface,

  * CHAP. I. Of the other part of the head which is called the Face, together with the veſſels and muſcles thereof.

  * CHAP. II. Of the Eye and parts thereof.

  * CHAP. III. Of the Eye-browes and Eye-lids.

  * CHAP. IIII. Of the Fat & Muſcles of the Eyes.

  * CHAP. V. Of the veſſels of the Eyes.

  * CHAP. VI. Of the Membranes of the Eyes.

  * CHAP. VII. Of the Grapie Membrane, the Apple, Rainebow and the Ciliar Ligament.

  * CHAP. VIII. Of the Cobweb or Membrane of the Criſtalline humor. Of the Membrane which compaſſeth the glaſſy humor, and that coat called Retina, or The Net.

  * CHAP. IX. Of the humours of the Eye,

  * CHAP. X. Of the vſe of the Humours of the Eye and of the Sight.

  * CHAP. XI. Of the outward Eares.

  * CHAP. XII. Of the parts of the outward Eares.

  * CHAP. XIII. Of the Muſcles of the outward Eare.

  * CHAP. XIIII. Of the Griſtle of the Eare.

  * CHAP. XV. Of the inward Eare.

  * CHAP. XVI. Of the Canale out of the Eare into the mouth.

  * CHAP. XVII. Of the Membrane of the Tympane or head of the Drumme.

  * CHAP. XVIII. Of the ſmall bones of the Organe of hearing, and of the Chord.

  * CHAP. XIX. Of the Muſcles of the inward Eare

  * CHAP. XX. Of the Cauities of the Stony-bone.

  * CHAP. XXI. Of the two windowes called Feneſtellae, and the watercourſe in the first cauitie.

  * CHAP. XXII. Of the Labyrinth and the Cochlea or Snaile-ſhell, that is, of the ſecond and third Cauities of the Stony Bone

  * CHAP. XXIII. Of the Nerue which ariueth at the Eares.

  * CHAP. XXIV. Of the Implanted or Inbred Ayre.

  * CHAP. XXV. Of the manner of Hearing and of the Nature of Soundes.

  * CHAP. XXVI. Of the Noſe which is the instrmment of Smelling.

  * CHAP. XXVII. Of the Bones, Gristles, Veſſelles, Coate and vſe of the Noſe.

  * CHAP. XXVIII. Of the Inward Noſe and the manner of Smelling.

  * CHAP. XXIX. Of the Parts of the Face which are betwixt the Noſe, the Eares and the Chinne.

  * CHAP. XXX. Of the Mouth, Palate and Vuula.

  * CHAP. XXXI. Of the end of the Mouth called Fauces or the Choppes, and their Glandules.

  * CHAP. XXXII. Of the Tongue and his Muſcles.

  * CHAP. XXXIII. Of the Senſe of Taſting.

  * CHAP. XXXIV. Of the Larinx or Throtle, which is the Organ of the voyce.

  * CHAP. XXXV. Of the Glottis and Cleft of the Larynx.

  * CHAP. XXXVI. Of the Epiglottis or Aftertongue, and his Muſcles.

  * CHAP. XXXVII. Of the Membrane of the Larynx or Throttle which is the Ligament thereof.

  * CHAP. XXXVIII. Of the ſound and the voyce.

_ ¶ A Dilucidation or Expoſition of the Controuerſies belonging to the Senſes and their Inſtruments, as alſo of the Uoyce.

  * Placentinus his Praeface.

  * QVEST. I. What Senſe is.

  * QUEST. II. What Action is, and how Action and vſe do differ.

  * QVEST. III. Of the end of Action.

  * QVEST. IIII. How manifold Action is.

  * QVEST. V. That Senſe is not apure paſsion.

  * QVEST. VI. That Senſe is not a ſimple action.

  * QVEST. VII. Placentinus his opinion.

  * QVEST. VIII. How the faculty is wrought in the Senſe.

  * QVEST. IX. Whether the knowledge of the ſenſible thing be perfected in the Organ.

  * QVEST. X. That by our outward Senſes we doe not know that wee haue Senſe.

  * QVEST. XI. Whence it is that we perceiue that we haue Senſe.

  * QVEST. XII. Of the Number of the Senſes.

  * QVEST. XIII. Of the order of the Senſes.

  * QVEST. XIIII. A conformation of the order of the Senſes.

  * QVEST. XV. The arguments of the Philoſophers.

  * QVEST. XVI. The Arguments of the Phyſitians.

  * QVEST. XVII. The Authors owne opinion.

  * QVEST. XVIII. Whether the Senſes doe neede a Medium or Meane.

  * QVEST. XIX. What the Medium ought to be and of what kinde.

  * QVEST. XX. What an Obiect is.

  * QVEST. XXI. Of the Organs of the Sences.

  * QVEST. XXII. Whether ſight be made by Emisſion or Reception, where the nature of the ſight is accurately explaned.

  * QVEST. XXIII. Whether any thing within the Eye may be ſeene, and whether it may be ſeene by it owne proper forme or by another, where alſo are explained ſome things concerning the nature of Suffuſion and of viſions or Apparitions.

  * QVEST. XXIIII. Whether the Organ of Sight be Fiery or Watery.

  * QVEST. XXV. Wherefore the Eyes be diuerſly coloured.

  * QVEST. XXVI. Of the Muſcles of the Eyes and their motion.

  * QVEST. XXVII. Two obſcure and intricate questions concerning the motion of the Eyes are reſolued.

  * QVEST. XXVIII. Of the Humours of the Eyes, whether they be animated parts.

  * QVEST. XXIX. Of the originall of the Opticks, their meeting and inſertion.

  * QVEST. XXX. Whether the light be the obiect of the Sight.

  * QVEST. XXXI. Of the Nature of Light and what it is.

  * QVEST. XXXI. Of the difference betwixt Lux or Light it ſelfe, and Lumen or Illumination.

  * QVEST. XXXII. That colour is the Obiect of Sight.

  * QVEST. XXXIII. Whether Colour be Light.

  * QVEST. XXXIIII. That the pure Elements are not coloured of themſelues.

  * QVEST. XXXVI. Of the generation of Colours and of their forme.

  * QVEST. XXXVI. Of the Medium or Meane of the Sight.

  * QVEST. XXXVII. Whether Light be the Forme of that which is perſpicuous.

  * QVEST. XXXVIII. Of the Production of a Sound.

  * QVEST. XXXIX. The definition of a Sound.

  * QVEST. XL. Of the differences of Sounds.

  * QVEST. XLI. Of the manner of Hearing.

  * QVEST. XLII. Whether the proper and inbred Ayre contayned within the Eare be the primary and principall Inſtrument of Hearing.

  * QVEST. XLIII. An explication of certaine hard Problemes about the Eares.

  * QVEST. XLIIII. Of the wonderfull ſimpathy and Conſent of the Eaeres, the Palate, the Tongue, and the Throttle.

  * QVEST. XLV. What Smelling is,

  * QVEST. XLVI. Why Man doth not Smell ſo well as many other Creatures.

  * QVEST. XLVII. Of the Eſſence of an Odour.

  * QVEST. XLVIII. The definition of an Odour.

  * QVEST. XLIX. Of the Cauſes of Odours.

  * QVEST. L. Concluding that Fiſhes do not Smell.

  * QVEST. LI. Of the differences of Odours.

  * QVEST. LII. Of the Medium or Meane of Smelling.

  * QVEST. LIII After what manner an Odour affecteth or changeth the Medium.

  * QVEST. LIIII, What is the true and principall Organ of ſmelling where Ariſtotle is confuted.

  * QVEST. LV. Whether Taſte be the chiefe action of the Tongue.

  * QVEST. XLVI. Whether the Taſte differ from the Touch.

  * QVEST. LVII. Of the obiect of Tasting.

  * QVEST. LVIII. Of the matter of Sapours.

  * QVEST. LIX. Of the efficient cauſe of Sapours.

  * QVEST. LX. Of the number and order of Sapors.

  * QVEST. LXI. Of the Medium or Meane of Tasting.

  * QVEST. LXII. Of the organ of Taſting.

  * QVEST. LXIII. Whether the Tongue alone do Taſte.

  * QVEST. LXIIII. In what part of the Tongue the Taſte is most exacte.

_ THE NINTH BOOKE, Wherein the Ioyntes are briefely Deſcribed.

  * The Praeface.

  * CHAP. I. A breefe deſcription of the Ioynts.

  * CHAP. II. Of the parts of this Ioynt in generall.

  * CHAP. III. Of the excellency of the hands.

  * CHAP. IIII. Of the Vſe, Figure and Structure of the Hand, properlie ſo called.

  * CHAP. V. Wherein is declared the reaſon of the framing of all the ſimilar parts whereof the Hind is compounded.

  * CHAP. VI. Of the diſtincter parts of the hand, of the Wreſt and of the After-wreſt.

  * CHAP. VII. Of the Fingers of the Hand.

  * CHAP. VIII. Of the Foote in Generall, his Excellencie, Figure, Structure and Vſe.

  * CHAP. IX. The ſimiler parts of the Foote in the large acception.

  * CHAP. X. An explication of the diſsimilar parts of the whole foote.

_ THE TENTH BOOKE, Of Flesh, that is, of the Muſcles, the Bovvels and the Glandules.

  * The Praeface.

  * CHAP. I. What Fleſh is, and how manie ſorts of Fleſh there bee.

  * CHAP. II. Of the fleſh of the Muſcles, and what a Muſcle is.

  * CHAP. III. How many and what are the parts of a Muſcle.

  * CHAP. IIII. What is the action of a Muſcle, and the differences of the motions thereof.

  * CHAP. V. Wherein all the differences of Muſcles are ſhowne.

  * CHAP. VI. Of the number of Muſcles.

  * CHAP. VII. Of the muſcles which moue the skinne of the Head.

  * CHAP. VIII. Of the Muſcles of the Eye lids.

  * CHAP IX. Of the muſcles of the Eyes.

  * CHAP. X. Of the Muſcles of the outward Eare.

  * CHAP. XI. Of the Muſcles within the Eares.

This fift Table is all one with the eleuenth Table of the eight Booke.

  * CHAP. XII. Of the muſcles of the Noſe.

  * CHAP. XIII. Of the common muſcles of the Cheekes and the Lips.

  * CHAP. XIIII. Of the proper Muſcles of the Lippes.

  * CHAP. XV. Of the Muſcles of the lower Iaw.

  * CHAP. XVI. Of the Muſcles of the Choppes which ſerue for Diglutition or Swallowing.

  * CHAP. XVII. Of the Muſcles of the Bone called Hyois.

  * CHAP. XVIII. Of the Muſcles of the Tongue.

  * CHAP. XIX. of the Muſcles of the Larynx or Throttle.

  * CHAP. XX. Of the muſcles of the Epyglottis or the ouer-tongue.

  * CHAP. XXI. Of the Muſcles which mooue the head.

  * CHAP. XXII. Of the Muſcles of the Necke.

  * CHAP. XXIII. Of the muſcles of the Shoulder-blade called Omoplata or Scapula.

  * CHAP. XXIIII. Of the Muſcles of the arme.

  * CHAP. XXV. Of the Muſcles of the Cubit.

  * CHAP. XXVI. Of the Muſcles of the Radius or Wand.

  * CHAP. XXVII. Of the Muſcles of the Hand in generall.

  * CHAP. XXVIII. Of the Muſcle of the Palme, and 2. or 3 other, yſſuing from the fleſhy Membrane.

  * CHAP. XXIX. Of the ſubſtance which commeth betweene the skinne of the palme and of the fingers and their Tendons.

  * CHAP. XXX. Of the Muſcles which bend and extend the forefingers.

  * CHAP. XXXI. Of the Muſcles that bend and extend the Thumbe.

  * CHAP. XXXII. Of the Muſcles of the After-wreſt and the wrest.

  * CHAP. XXXIII. Of the Muſcles of Reſpiration.

  * CHAP. XXXIIII. Of the Muſcles of the Abdomen or Paunch.

  * CHAP. XXXV. Of the Muſcles of the Backe.

  * CHAP. XXXVI. Of the muſcles of the Fundament, the Bladder, the Teſticles and the Yard.

  * CHAP. XXXVII. Of the Muſcles of the Legge.

  * CHAP. XXXVIII. Of the muſcles of the Thigh.

  * CHAP. XXXIX. Of the Muſcles of the foote.

  * CHAP. XL. Of the muſcles of the Toos.

  * CHAP. XLI. Of the fleſh of the Entrales or Bowels.

  * CHAP. XLII. What a Glandule is, and how many kinds there be of them.

  * CHAP. XLIII. A briefe enumeration of the Glandules in the whole body.

_ THE ELEAVENTH BOOKE, Of the Veſſels vvhich hath three parts:

  * The Praeface.

CHAP. I. What a Veine is.

CHAP. II. Of the Vſe and Action of the Veines.

CHAP. III. The differences of veynes.

CHAP. IIII. The deſcription of the Gate veine and his branches.

CHAP. V. Of the deſcending tranke of the hollow veine.

CHAP. VI. Of the aſcending Trunke of the hollow veine.

CHAP. VII. Of the veines of the Face the Eyes, the Noſe, the Teeth and the Throttle

CHAP. VIII. Of the Veynes diſſeminated through the Braine.

CHAP. IX. Of the Veynes o the whole Hand in the large Acceptation.

CHAP. X. Of the Veines of the whole Foote in the large acception.

CHAP. XI. Of the Values or Flood-gates of the Veynes.

  * The ſecond part of the Eleauenth Booke concerning Arteries.

CHAP. XII. Of the Arteries in generall.

CHAP. XIII. Of the vſe of Arteries.

CHAP. XIIII. Of the aſcending Trunke of the great Artery.

CHAP. XV. Of the deſcending trunke of the great Artery accompanying the Hollow Veine.

CHAP. XVI. Of the Arteries accompaning the branches of the Gate-veyneCaeliaca.through the lower Belly.

CHAP. XVII. Of the Arteries of the Braine.

CHAP. XVIII. Of the Arteries of the Face, the Eyes, the Noſe, the Teeth, and the Larynx.

CHAP. XIX. Of the arteries of the Hand in the large acception.

CHAP. XX. Of the Arteries of the Foote in the large Acception.

  * The third part of the Eleauenth Booke concerning the Nerues.

CHAP. XXI. Of Nerues in Generall.

CHAP. XXII. Of the Nerues of the Eyes, or of the first and ſecond Coniugations.

CHAP. XXIII. Of the third and fourth Coniugations of the Braine.

CHAP. XXIIII. Of the Auditory Nerue or the fift Coniugation.

CHAP. XXV. Of the ſixt, ſeauenth and eight Coniugations.

CHAP. XXVI. Of the Nerues which yſſue from the ſpinall Marrow in the Necke.

CHAP. XXVII. Of the Nerues of the Cheſt.

CHAP. XXVIII. Of the Nerues of the Loines.

CHAP. XXIX. Of the nerues of the Holy-bone.

CHAP. XXX. Of the Nerues of the Hand in the large acception.

CHAP. XXXI. Of the Nerues of the foote in the large acception.

_ THE TWELFTH BOOKE,

which hath foure parts, Of Griſtles.Of Membranes.Of Ligaments.Of Fibres.

  * The Praeface.

  * The first part, Of Gristles.

CHAP. 1. Of the definition, vſe, and differences of Gristles.

CHAP. II. Of the Gristles of the Face.

CHAP. III. Of the Epiglottis, the Gristles of the Larinx and of the Weazon.

CHAP. IIII. Of the Griſtles in the Trunke or Bulke of the Body.

CHAP. V. Of the Griſtles of the Ioynts.

  * The ſecond part of Ligaments.

CHAP. VI. Of the Nature, Vſe and differences of Ligaments.

CHAP. VII. Of the Ligaments of the Head.

CHAP. VIII. Of the Ligaments of the Spine and the Cheſt.

CHAP. IX. Of the Ligaments of the Shoulder-blade, the Arme, the Cubit, and the Wand.

CHAP. X. Of the Ligaments of the Wrest, After-wrest, and the fingers.

CHAP. XI. Of the Ligaments of the Holy-bone, the Hanches, and the whole Legge and Foote.

  * The Third Part of Membranes.

CHAP. XII. What a Membrane is, their Vſes and Differences.

CHAP. XIII. Abriefe enumeration of all the Membranes.

  * The fourth part of the Fibres or Villi.

CHAP. XIIII. The nature of Fibres

CHAP. XV. Of the differences of Fibres.

_ THE THIRTENTH BOOKE, Of the Bones.

  * The Praeface.

  * CHAP. I. Of the definition and differences of Bones.

  * CHAP. II. The particular parts of bones and an expoſition of many appellations or names, of which we ſhall haue frequent vſe in the History of the Bones.

  * CHAP. III. Of the structure and connexion of Bones in Generall.

The Table of Connexions.

To this place alſo we haue thought good to add ſix ſeuerall Tables conteining the Sceleton or packe * CHAP. IIII. A briefe diuiſion and Ennumeration of all the Bones in the body.

  * CHAP. V. Of the Sutures or Seames of the Scull, and of the ſubſtance thereof.

  * CHAP. VI. Of the proper Bones of the Scull.

  * CHAP. VII. Of the Bones that are common to the Head and the vpper Iaw, that is to ſay, of the Wedge and ſpongy bones.

Of the Spongie Bone.

  * CHAP. VIII. Of the Bones of the Noſe and of the Yoke bone,

Of the Yoake-bone.

  * CHAP. IX. Of the Sutures and Seames of the vpper Iaw.

  * CHAP. X. Of the Bones of the vpper Iaw.

  * CHAP. XI. Of the lower Iaw.

  * CHAP. XII. Of the Sockets of the Teeth.

  * CHAP. XIII. Of the name, definition, figure, magnitude, number, ſite and articulation of the Teeth.

  * CHAP. XIIII. Of the Shearers and Dog-teeth.

  * CHAP. XV. Of the Grinding Teeth.

  * CHAP. XVI. Of the Veſſels and Senſe of the Teeth.

  * CHAP. XVII. Of the inward cauity and Membrane of the Teeth.

  * CHAP. XVIII. Of the generation and vſe of the Teeth.

  * CHAP. XIX. Of the bone Hyois, called Os gutturis.

  * CHAP. XX. Of the Spine in generall.

  * CHAP. XXI. Of the Rack-bones of the Necke.

  * CHAP. XXII. Of the Rackes of the Backe and the Loynes and the Holy-bone.

  * CHAP. XXIII. Of the bones of the Cheſt in generall.

  * CHAP. XXIIII. Of the Clauicles or Coller Bones.

  * CHAP. XXV. Of the Brest-bone.

  * CHAP. XXVI. Of the Ribbes.

  * CHAP. XXVII. Of the Shoulder-blades.

  * CHAP. XXVIII. Of the Hip, Hanch and Share bones.

  * CHAP. XXIX. of the Bones of the Arme and the Cubit.

  * CHAP. XXX. Of the Bones of the Hand properly ſo called, that is, of the Wrest and After-wreſt.

  * CHAP. XXXI Of the Bones of the Fingers.

  * CHAP. XXXIII. Of the Seede-bones.

  * CHAP. XXXIII. Of the bone of the Thigh.

  * CHAP. XXXIIII. Of the two bones of the Legge.

Of the Brace or Shin-bone.

  * CHAP. XXXV. Of the whirle-bone of the Knee.

  * CHAP. XXXVI. Of the Bones of the foote properly ſo called, and particularly of the Wrest of the Foote.

  * CHAP. XXXVII. Of the Bones of the After-wrest, and the Toes of the Feete.

  * CHAP. XXXVIII. Of the Seed-bones and the Nayles.

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2. cell 47 @cols (12) : 2 (8), 3 (3), 4 (1) • @rows (9) : 13 (1), 10 (1), 3 (4), 2 (2), 6 (1)
3. closer 4
4. date 1
5. dateline 1
6. desc 1616
7. div 550 @type (550) : title_page (1), dedication (1), preface (16), table_of_contents (2), poems (1), version (3), anatomical_treatise (1), book (13), chapter (299), points_in_dispute (8), question (179), exercise (2), subsection (1), explanation_of_table (1), section (14), part (6), table_of_connections (1), printer_to_the_reader (1) • @xml:lang (3) : grc (0), lat (0), eng (0) • @n (507) : 1 (25), 2 (27), 3 (28), 4 (22), 5 (23), 6 (24), 7 (22), 8 (23), 9 (21), 10 (20), 11 (18), 12 (17), 13 (16), 14 (14), 15 (13), 16 (12), 17 (12), 18 (11), 19 (10), 20 (11), 21 (10), 22 (9), 23 (7), 24 (7), 25 (6), 26 (6), 27 (6), 28 (6), 29 (7), 30 (6), 31 (7), 32 (4), 33 (6), 34 (4), 35 (3), 36 (5), 37 (4), 38 (4), 39 (2), 40 (2), 41 (2), 42 (2), 43 (2), 44 (1), 45 (1), 46 (1), 47 (1), 48 (1), 49 (1), 50 (1), 51 (1), 52 (1), 53 (1), 54 (1), 55 (1), 56 (1), 57 (1), 58 (1), 59 (1), 60 (1), 61 (1), 62 (1), 63 (1), 64 (1)
8. epigraph 1
9. ex 51
10. expan 51
11. figure 1187
12. g 13864 @ref (13864) : char:EOLhyphen (12810), char:abque (51), char:cmbAbbrStroke (692), char:punc (19), char:EOLunhyphen (289), char:dtristar (2), char:leaf (1)
13. gap 1616 @reason (1616) : foreign (1152), illegible (459), duplicate (2), illegible: in gutter (3) • @resp (442) : #APEX (442) • @extent (464) : 1 letter (327), 1 page (2), 1 word (29), 2 letters (56), 4 letters (4), 1 span (36), 3 letters (10)
14. head 1759
15. hi 20523 @rend (2998) : sup (2998)
16. item 695
17. l 182
18. list 34
19. note 6284 @n (40) : * (11), 2 (7), 4 (3), 1 (3), 3 (5), 5 (2), 6 (2), 7 (1), 8 (1), 9 (1), 10 (1), 11 (2), 13 (1) • @place (6284) : margin (6284)
20. p 5888 @n (6) : 1 (1), 2 (1), 3 (1), 4 (1), 5 (1), 6 (1)
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(2), tcp:7683:59 (2), tcp:7683:60 (2), tcp:7683:61 (1), tcp:7683:62 (1), tcp:7683:63 (1), tcp:7683:64 (1), tcp:7683:65 (2), tcp:7683:66 (1), tcp:7683:67 (1), tcp:7683:68 (2), tcp:7683:69 (1), tcp:7683:70 (1), tcp:7683:71 (1), tcp:7683:72 (2), tcp:7683:73 (1), tcp:7683:74 (2), tcp:7683:75 (2), tcp:7683:76 (2), tcp:7683:77 (2), tcp:7683:78 (1), tcp:7683:79 (2), tcp:7683:80 (2), tcp:7683:81 (1), tcp:7683:82 (2), tcp:7683:83 (1), tcp:7683:84 (1), tcp:7683:86 (1), tcp:7683:87 (2), tcp:7683:88 (2), tcp:7683:89 (2), tcp:7683:90 (2), tcp:7683:91 (1), tcp:7683:92 (1), tcp:7683:93 (2), tcp:7683:94 (2), tcp:7683:95 (2), tcp:7683:96 (2), tcp:7683:97 (2), tcp:7683:98 (2), tcp:7683:99 (2), tcp:7683:100 (2), tcp:7683:101 (2), tcp:7683:102 (2), tcp:7683:103 (2), tcp:7683:104 (2), tcp:7683:105 (2), tcp:7683:106 (2), tcp:7683:107 (2), tcp:7683:108 (2), tcp:7683:109 (2), tcp:7683:110 (2), tcp:7683:111 (2), tcp:7683:112 (2), tcp:7683:113 (2), tcp:7683:115 (1), tcp:7683:116 (1), tcp:7683:117 (2), tcp:7683:118 (2), tcp:7683:119 (1), tcp:7683:120 (2), tcp:7683:121 (1), tcp:7683:122 (1), tcp:7683:123 (1), tcp:7683:124 (1), tcp:7683:125 (1), tcp:7683:126 (1), tcp:7683:128 (1), tcp:7683:129 (1), tcp:7683:130 (2), tcp:7683:131 (2), tcp:7683:132 (2), tcp:7683:133 (1), tcp:7683:134 (2), tcp:7683:135 (2), tcp:7683:136 (2), tcp:7683:137 (2), tcp:7683:138 (2), tcp:7683:139 (2), tcp:7683:140 (2), tcp:7683:141 (2), tcp:7683:142 (2), tcp:7683:143 (2), tcp:7683:144 (2), tcp:7683:145 (2), tcp:7683:146 (2), tcp:7683:147 (2), tcp:7683:148 (2), tcp:7683:149 (2), tcp:7683:150 (2), tcp:7683:151 (2), tcp:7683:152 (2), tcp:7683:153 (2), tcp:7683:154 (2), tcp:7683:155 (2), tcp:7683:156 (2), tcp:7683:157 (2), tcp:7683:158 (2), tcp:7683:159 (2), tcp:7683:160 (2), tcp:7683:161 (2), tcp:7683:162 (2), tcp:7683:163 (2), tcp:7683:164 (2), tcp:7683:165 (2), tcp:7683:166 (2), tcp:7683:167 (2), tcp:7683:168 (2), tcp:7683:169 (2), tcp:7683:170 (2), tcp:7683:171 (2), tcp:7683:172 (2), tcp:7683:173 (2), 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tcp:7683:293 (2), tcp:7683:294 (2), tcp:7683:295 (2), tcp:7683:297 (2), tcp:7683:298 (2), tcp:7683:299 (2), tcp:7683:300 (1), tcp:7683:301 (1), tcp:7683:302 (1), tcp:7683:303 (2), tcp:7683:304 (1), tcp:7683:306 (2), tcp:7683:307 (2), tcp:7683:308 (1), tcp:7683:309 (2), tcp:7683:310 (2), tcp:7683:311 (2), tcp:7683:312 (2), tcp:7683:313 (1), tcp:7683:314 (2), tcp:7683:315 (2), tcp:7683:316 (2), tcp:7683:317 (2), tcp:7683:318 (2), tcp:7683:319 (2), tcp:7683:320 (1), tcp:7683:321 (2), tcp:7683:322 (2), tcp:7683:323 (2), tcp:7683:324 (1), tcp:7683:325 (2), tcp:7683:326 (1), tcp:7683:327 (1), tcp:7683:328 (1), tcp:7683:329 (2), tcp:7683:330 (1), tcp:7683:331 (2), tcp:7683:332 (1), tcp:7683:333 (2), tcp:7683:334 (1), tcp:7683:335 (2), tcp:7683:336 (2), tcp:7683:337 (2), tcp:7683:338 (2), tcp:7683:339 (2), tcp:7683:340 (2), tcp:7683:341 (2), tcp:7683:342 (2), tcp:7683:343 (2), tcp:7683:344 (2), tcp:7683:345 (2), tcp:7683:346 (2), tcp:7683:347 (2), tcp:7683:348 (2), tcp:7683:349 (2), tcp:7683:350 (2), tcp:7683:351 (2), tcp:7683:352 (2), tcp:7683:353 (2), tcp:7683:354 (2), tcp:7683:355 (2), tcp:7683:356 (2), tcp:7683:357 (2), tcp:7683:358 (2), tcp:7683:359 (2), tcp:7683:360 (2), tcp:7683:361 (2), tcp:7683:362 (2), tcp:7683:363 (2), tcp:7683:364 (2), tcp:7683:365 (2), tcp:7683:366 (2), tcp:7683:367 (2), tcp:7683:368 (2), tcp:7683:369 (2), tcp:7683:370 (2), tcp:7683:371 (2), tcp:7683:372 (2), tcp:7683:373 (2), tcp:7683:374 (2), tcp:7683:375 (2), tcp:7683:376 (2), tcp:7683:377 (2), tcp:7683:378 (2), tcp:7683:379 (2), tcp:7683:380 (2), tcp:7683:381 (2), tcp:7683:382 (2), tcp:7683:383 (2), tcp:7683:384 (2), tcp:7683:385 (2), tcp:7683:386 (2), tcp:7683:387 (1), tcp:7683:388 (2), tcp:7683:389 (1), tcp:7683:390 (2), tcp:7683:391 (1), tcp:7683:392 (2), tcp:7683:393 (2), tcp:7683:394 (2), tcp:7683:395 (2), tcp:7683:396 (2), tcp:7683:398 (1), tcp:7683:401 (2), tcp:7683:403 (1), tcp:7683:405 (1), tcp:7683:406 (2), tcp:7683:407 (2), tcp:7683:408 (2), tcp:7683:409 (2), tcp:7683:410 (1), tcp:7683:411 (2), tcp:7683:412 (1), tcp:7683:413 (1), tcp:7683:414 (2), tcp:7683:415 (2), tcp:7683:416 (1), tcp:7683:417 (1), tcp:7683:418 (2), tcp:7683:420 (1), tcp:7683:421 (2), tcp:7683:422 (2), tcp:7683:423 (2), tcp:7683:424 (2), tcp:7683:425 (2), tcp:7683:426 (2), tcp:7683:427 (1), tcp:7683:428 (2), tcp:7683:429 (2), tcp:7683:430 (2), tcp:7683:431 (2), tcp:7683:432 (2), tcp:7683:433 (2), tcp:7683:434 (2), tcp:7683:435 (2), tcp:7683:436 (1), tcp:7683:437 (2), tcp:7683:438 (1), tcp:7683:439 (2), tcp:7683:440 (1), tcp:7683:441 (1), tcp:7683:443 (2), tcp:7683:444 (2), tcp:7683:445 (2), tcp:7683:446 (2), tcp:7683:447 (1), tcp:7683:448 (1), tcp:7683:449 (2), tcp:7683:450 (2), tcp:7683:451 (2), tcp:7683:452 (2), tcp:7683:453 (1), tcp:7683:454 (2), tcp:7683:455 (2), tcp:7683:456 (2), tcp:7683:457 (2), tcp:7683:458 (2), tcp:7683:459 (1), tcp:7683:460 (1), tcp:7683:461 (2), tcp:7683:462 (2), tcp:7683:463 (2), tcp:7683:464 (2), tcp:7683:465 (2), tcp:7683:466 (2), tcp:7683:467 (2), tcp:7683:468 (2), tcp:7683:469 (2), tcp:7683:470 (2), tcp:7683:471 (2), tcp:7683:472 (2), tcp:7683:473 (2), tcp:7683:474 (2), tcp:7683:475 (2), tcp:7683:476 (1), tcp:7683:477 (1), tcp:7683:478 (2), tcp:7683:479 (2), tcp:7683:480 (2), tcp:7683:481 (2), tcp:7683:482 (1), tcp:7683:483 (2), tcp:7683:484 (2), tcp:7683:485 (2), tcp:7683:486 (1), tcp:7683:487 (2), tcp:7683:488 (2), tcp:7683:489 (2), tcp:7683:490 (2), tcp:7683:491 (2), tcp:7683:492 (2), tcp:7683:493 (2), tcp:7683:494 (1), tcp:7683:495 (2), tcp:7683:496 (2), tcp:7683:497 (1), tcp:7683:498 (1), tcp:7683:499 (2), tcp:7683:500 (2), tcp:7683:501 (1), tcp:7683:503 (2), tcp:7683:504 (1), tcp:7683:505 (2), tcp:7683:506 (2), tcp:7683:507 (1), tcp:7683:508 (1), tcp:7683:509 (2), tcp:7683:510 (2), tcp:7683:512 (2), tcp:7683:513 (2), tcp:7683:514 (2) • @rendition (3) : simple:additions (3) • @n (846) : 2 (1), 3 (1), 4 (1), 5 (1), 6 (1), 7 (1), 8 (1), 9 (1), 10 (1), 11 (1), 12 (1), 13 (1), 14 (2), 15 (1), 17 (1), 18 (2), 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22. q 52
23. row 19
24. seg 481 @rend (481) : decorInit (481)
25. signed 3
26. table 2
27. trailer 12