Skulls of the American flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) presented to the Academy of Natural sciences, Philadelphia by Thomas B. Wilson in 1846
Medieval Brain map
Athanasius Kircher - (Chetham's Library, Manchester)
A woman teaching geometry, from a 14th century illustration attributed to Abelard of Bath. From Euclid’s Elements.
Arabic Machine Manuscript | The Public Domain Review
Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) Autograph notes on the satellites of Jupiter, 14–25 January 1611
Dr. F.F. Runge (1795-1867): Das Od als Bildung, decorated with his “self-grown” images, which are considered a precursor of chromatography.
Ramon Llull, from Thomas Le Myèsier's Breviculum. If you use IE, or theIETab extension in Chrome, as you mouseover the texts, you'll get a translation!
143 - Des choses qui aparoissent aux miroirs planes, & la raison de telles apparitions. - Page view - e-rara