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Arent van Bolten’s Grotesques | The Public Domain Review

A grotesque from Dutch artist Arent Van Bolten, produced sometime in the early century.

Fortunio Liceti’s Monsters (1665) | The Public Domain Review

Two figures showing a half human, half dog monster Engraving 1668 From: De monstris./Ex recensione Gerardi Blasii. qui monstra quaedam nova,,,addidit By: Fortunio Liceti and Gerardus Blasius Published: Heirs of P. FrambottusPadua 1668 Page 183

The 1665 edition of De Monstris, written by Fortunio Liceti, originally published without illustrations in 1616

The Most Grotesque Humanoid Monsters of the Early Modern Age

The 1665 edition of De Monstris, written by Fortunio Liceti, originally published without illustrations in 1616

Fortunio Liceti’s Monsters (1665) Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine via Internet Archive via Public Domain Review

FORTUNIO LICETI’S MONSTERS Highlights from the illustrations in the 1665 edition of Fortunio Liceti’s De Monstris, originally published, without the illustrations, in

009- Dibujos grotescos - Arent van Bolten- Rijksmuseum - Cesar Ojeda

009- Dibujos grotescos - Arent van Bolten- Rijksmuseum - Cesar Ojeda

Edward Topsell ...The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents ... woodcuts 1658

Edward Topsell ...The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents ... woodcuts 1658

“ Edward Topsell History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents woodcuts 1658 ”

Oeuvres du comte de Lacépède t.1  A Paris :Chez F.D. Pillot :1830-1833  Biodiversitylibrary. Biodivlibrary. BHL. Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Fortunio Liceti’s Monsters (1665) | The Public Domain Review...some of the less well-off afflicted and unfortunates flocking to Wermspittle to petition the surgeons for help...

Fortunio Liceti De monstrorum causis, natura et differentiis (Of the causes of monsters, nature and differences)

monster1 by Public Domain Review, via Flickr

The 1665 edition of De Monstris, written by Fortunio Liceti, originally published without illustrations in 1616

Rainbow coloured beasts from 15th century Book of Hours | The Public Domain…

Yale, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Beinecke MS Hours, Use of Rome. End of the century (Flanders).

Equus marinus monstrosus

Equus marinus monstrosus: the hippocamp "Ulissi Aldrovandi (Aldrovandus) Woodcut illustrations from Aldrovandi's 'History of Monsters'

Geraamte van een mens, Jan Luyken, Jan Claesz ten Hoorn, 1680

Geraamte van een mens, Jan Luyken, after Cornelis van Dyk, 1680 - Rijksmuseum

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