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A child mummy is a part of the Burns Collection that is traveling with the Mummies of the World: The Exhibition.American Exhibitions, Inc. 2014
This mummy shows part of the head, the neck and the shoulder area, with an emphasis on the anatomy of the neck area.
The fascinating collection dating from the early 19th century was created by Allan Burns (1781-1813), a young man from Glasgow, Scotland consists of human cadavers, individual pieces and sections of the body that were anatomically dissected and preserved to demonstrate and teach anatomy, pathology and surgery during the early stages of formalized medical education.
This is an example of a head showing different anatomical structures. This head has been fully dissected to show various blood vessels and connective tissues in great detail
A child mummy is a part of the Burns Collection that is traveling with the Mummies of the World: The Exhibition.
American Exhibitions, Inc. 2014
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