Skull cap of infant with injected periosteum and vessels of fontanel.

Skull cap of infant with injected periosteum and vessels of fontanel
Collection MAE RAS: МАЭ № 4070-891
Image ID: 3842458
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Title:
Skull cap of infant with injected periosteum and vessels of fontanel
Museum inventory number:
МАЭ № 4070-891
Dating:
late 17th-early 18th c.
Location:
Holland Kingdom, Amsterdam city
Author:
Ruysch Frederik
Collector:
Ruysch Frederik, anatomist, obstetrician-gynaecologist, injector, popularizer of anatomy, Peter I the Great, Russian Tzar (since 27 April 1682), Russian Emperor (since 22 October 1721).
Provenance:
Collection of Frederik Ruysch, Amsterdam - Emperor's Kunst and Natural Kammer, St.Petersburg - Peter the Great's Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) Russian Academy of Sciences
Classification:
Anatomic specimens of Frederick Ruysch, dry specimens, bones and skeletons
Technique:
drying, injection
Description:
Dry bone specimen: skull cap of infant with injected periosteum and vessels of fontanel.
Condition:
Without visual damage.