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Exam 5- Lecture 18x 12:43 Slide 1: in terms of western hemisphere  red- when human disections have occurred green- how dissection where looked at during that time    o antiquities—cave people: it was okay to dissect people then o egyptians/pharaohs: not okay to dissect people but they did; they would  wrap the dead (embalming) against religious practice  o Greece/ Homer (5 centuries before Christ) o Alexandria: a lot of dissections people there wanted to learn more about  science o Galen (Roman doctor): dissections going on by medical people o “dark age”: no catholic church o renaissance:a rise in dissections continue to rise to until the cell theory, etc. until now Slide 2: Homer- knowledgable about the socket between acetabulum and femoral  head Slide 3: Hippocratic Corpus- in 5 th -4 th  century BC, Hippocratis wrote about pect.  major Slide 4: would cut animals to gain knowledge because they weren’t aloud to cut  humans and then compare the anatomy of animals with humans Slide 5: Alexandria Era: Aristotle tutored Alexander Alexander founded Alexandria o Became the leader Slide 6: Roman Era- Galan Dissections rare knowledge from animals Prolific writer with profound influence—studied 2 human skeletons Writing books about animal practice  a lot of what he knew was from  primates also Slide 7: Dark Age Science of anatomy stagnated since dissections were prohibited (violaters 
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course MVS 230 taught by Professor Gross during the Winter '10 term at University of Michigan.

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