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English: Studies of Embryos by Leonardo da Vinci (Pen over red chalk 1510-1513)
Français : étude anatomique du foetus dans l'uterus, par Léonard de Vinci (1510-1513, Plume, encre sur papier) Cette célèbre étude montre un foetus âgé de 4 mois. Outre l'image extrêmement plastique de la "position foetale", Leonard cherche à visualiser la constitution du placenta.
Date 1510-1513
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