Perrault, Claude, 1613-1688 / Memoir's for a natural history of animals : containing the anatomical descriptions of several creatures dissected by the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris
The explication of the figure of the chamois or gemp, pp. 140 ff.
- am 140 Tbe Explication oftbe Figure of the C H A M 0 I S or G E M P. T He lower Figure reprefents the different Colours of the Hair, the Tjgreatnefs of the Eyes, the turning of the Hornes backward, and after wvhat manner the upper Lip is cleft. In the Vpper Figure. A A. The right Lobe of the Liuer. B. The left Lobe. C. The little Lobe. 1) D. The great Ventricle. E F D. 7 he Epiploon whicb covers the fry and third Ventricle to which it is faft. end. E. Is apart of the Epiploon, which is raifed to difjover the great Vent tricle. E F. The third Ventricle covered with the Epiploon. G. The fecond Ventricle. H. The BAil which was found in the third Ventricle. I I. The Vafa Spermatica Prxparantia. K K. The Branches of the Praeparantia which go to the Bladder. L I. The Branches which go to the Neck of the Uterus. -NI M. 7The Branches which go to the Teficles. N N. T'he Branches which do go to the Cornua Uteri. o O. The Tefficles. P P. The Cornua Uteri. Q D Ti>e Bladder. R. ! (aallou-; Apophysis at the Point of the 1eart. C l re . yfI lline eChft in three. TT. XI Xe OC$pis. V. 7'he Py Iol up . T H E
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