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Hieronymus Brunschwig’s illustration of olfactory bulbs

German surgeon, alchemist, and botanist Hieronymus Brunschwig (or Brunschwygk; c. 1450-c. 1512) was a particularly close, but not identical, plagiarized copy of Reisch’s original. (Source: Brunschwig H. Liber de arte Distillandi de Compositis. Das büch der waren kunst zü distillieren die Composita uñ[d] simplicia, und dz Bůch thesaurus pauperũ[m], Ein schatz d’armẽ[n] genã[n]t Micariũ[m], die brösamlin gefallen võ[n] dẽ[n] büchern d’Artzny, vnd durch Experimẽ[n]t võ[n] mir Jheronimo brũ[n] schwick vff geclubt uñ[d] geoffenbart zũ trost denẽ[n] die es begerẽ[n]. Strasbourg?: n.s.: 1512.)

See also:
Lanska DJ. The medieval cell doctrine: foundations, development, evolution, and graphic representations in printed books from 1490 to 1630. J Hist Neurosci 2022a;31(2-3):115-75.
Lanska DJ. Representations of the olfactory bulb and tracts in images of the medieval cell doctrine. J Hist Neurosci 2022b;31(2-3):176-99.

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