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Anatomia Italiana is with Hermitage Amsterdam.

Jacob Franz Hercules and His Family in His Barbershop (1669) by Egbert Van Heemskerck, Hermitage Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Jacob bleeds his brother, his son catches the blood, an assistant shaves a customer, two wait their turn. Centuries ago, the guild of barber-surgeons performed medical procedures and cut hair.
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Jacob Franz Hercules and His Family in His Barbershop (1669) by Egbert Van Heemskerck, Hermitage Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Jacob bleeds his brother, his son catches the blood, an assistant shaves a customer, two wait their turn. Centuries ago, the guild of barber-surgeons performed medical procedures and cut hair.

Anatomia Italiana is with Mauritshuis.

Vanitas Still Life (1630) by Pieter Claesz, The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands
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Vanitas Still Life (1630) by Pieter Claesz, The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands

Anatomia Italiana is with Uffizi Gallery.

For Valentines Day, The Goddess of Love depicted by Sandro Botticelli in his masterpiece, Birth of Venus (1486) Uffizi Gallery, Florence
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For Valentines Day, The Goddess of Love depicted by Sandro Botticelli in his masterpiece, Birth of Venus (1486) Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Anatomia Italiana is with Bologna, Italy.

Basilica of San Petronio, constructed between 1390-1479, Bologna, Italy
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Basilica of San Petronio, constructed between 1390-1479, Bologna, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Uffizi Gallery.

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels and Saints, 1306-1310, by Giotto, Uffizi Gallery, Florence
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Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels and Saints, 1306-1310, by Giotto, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Anatomia Italiana is with Galleria Borghese.

SDSU Summer 2018 Programs are Filled! Winter 2019 Programs Open Late Spring - For Info visit: anatomiaitaliana.com/studyabroad
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SDSU Summer 2018 Programs are Filled! Winter 2019 Programs Open Late Spring - For Info visit: anatomiaitaliana.com/studyabroad

Anatomia Italiana is with Uffizi Gallery.

Portraits of the Duke and Duchess Of Urbino, (1472-75), Piero della Francesca, Uffizi Gallery, Florence
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Portraits of the Duke and Duchess Of Urbino, (1472-75), Piero della Francesca, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Anatomia Italiana is with Uffizi Gallery.

The Cestello Annunciation, 1489, Sandro Botticelli, Uffizi Gallery, Florence
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The Cestello Annunciation, 1489, Sandro Botticelli, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Anatomia Italiana is with Galleria Borghese.

Inverno, 1620, Pietro Bernini, Borghese Gallery, Rome
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Inverno, 1620, Pietro Bernini, Borghese Gallery, Rome

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Tamburini Salsamenteria, Bologna, Italy

I invite you to enroll in my course at the Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning at SDSU. Classes meet the four Thursdays in April from 4-5:50 PM. Hope to see you there! For info visit: anatomiaitaliana.com/post3/ ... See MoreSee Less

I invite you to enroll in my course at the Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning at SDSU. Classes meet the four Thursdays in April from 4-5:50 PM. Hope to see you there! For info visit: anatomiaitaliana.com/post3/

Anatomia Italiana is with Bologna Teatro Anatomico.

Session I is filled! Just a few seats remain in the July 15-27 Summer 2018 Program in Italy! For info visit: anatomiaitaliana.com/studyabroad
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Session I is filled! Just a few seats remain in the July 15-27 Summer 2018 Program in Italy! For info visit: anatomiaitaliana.com/studyabroad

Anatomia Italiana is with Vatican Museums - Musei Vaticani.

Giant Bronze Pinecone of the Belvedere Courtyard, 1st or 2nd Century, Vatican Museums, Italy
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Giant Bronze Pinecone of the Belvedere Courtyard, 1st or 2nd Century, Vatican Museums, Italy

SDSU Summer ’18 Study Abroad Program Now Open! Two Sessions to Select from: July 1-13 OR July 15-27! For more info visit anatomiaitaliana.com/studyabroad/ ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Summer ’18 Study Abroad Program Now Open! Two Sessions to Select from: July 1-13 OR July 15-27! For more info visit https://anatomiaitaliana.com/studyabroad/

Anatomia Italiana is with Bargello.

The Pitti Tondo (1504) by Michelangelo, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence
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The Pitti Tondo (1504) by Michelangelo, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence

After 17 days Connecting Art and Anatomy in Europe, glad to be headed home! I invite you to join our 2019 Programs in Italy and Northern Europe - Details posted soon! ... See MoreSee Less

After 17 days Connecting Art and Anatomy in Europe, glad to be headed home! I invite you to join our 2019 Programs in Italy and Northern Europe - Details posted soon!

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An afternoon with Van Gogh.

What a thrill to stand before Rembrandt’s Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp (1632). Art and Anatomy Connected! The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands. ... See MoreSee Less

What a thrill to stand before Rembrandt’s Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp (1632). Art and Anatomy Connected! The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.

Anatomia Italiana is with Exclusively Italian - Travel by Design and Mauritshuis.

The quintessential example of the Connection Between Art and Anatomy: Rembrandt’s Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp (1632), The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.
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The quintessential example of the Connection Between Art and Anatomy: Rembrandt’s Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp (1632), The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.

Anatomia Italiana is with Exclusively Italian - Travel by Design and Mauritshuis.

Girl with a Pearl Earring,(1660) by Johannes Vermeer, Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.
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Girl with a Pearl Earring,(1660) by Johannes Vermeer, Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.

Anatomia Italiana is with Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and Exclusively Italian - Travel by Design.

The Milkmaid (1660) by Johannes Vermeer, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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The Milkmaid (1660) by Johannes Vermeer, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Anatomia Italiana posted 3 photos.

Connecting Art and Anatomy in three stunning 17th century Dutch paintings: The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Deijman (1656) by Rembrandt, Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Frederik Ruysch (1670) by Adriaen Backer, and The Osteology Lesson of Dr. Sebastiaen Egbertsz, (1619) by Nicolaes Elias Pickenoy. @ Hermitage Amsterdam
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Connecting Art and Anatomy in three stunning 17th century Dutch paintings: The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Deijman (1656) by Rembrandt, Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Frederik Ruysch (1670) by Adriaen Backer, and The Osteology Lesson of Dr. Sebastiaen Egbertsz, (1619) by Nicolaes Elias Pickenoy. @ Hermitage Amsterdam

Anatomia Italiana is with Exclusively Italian - Travel by Design and Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Today I visited the Waag, a 15th-century building in Amsterdam that was originally part of the city walls. It houses an historic Anatomy Theatre, the location for Rembrandt's 1632 painting The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, a copy of which can be seen here.
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Today I visited the Waag, a 15th-century building in Amsterdam that was originally part of the city walls. It houses an historic Anatomy Theatre, the location for Rembrandts 1632 painting The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, a copy of which can be seen here.

Kevin, hop on a bus and travel a short jaunt to The Hague and you can see the original Anatomy Lesson by Rembrandt and also the beautiful painting the Girl with the Pearl Earring.

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Never knew this, Kevin. I love being one of your Facebook students

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SDSU Study Abroad Students Head to the Airport After 12-Days Connecting Art and Anatomy in Italy! Safe Travels to All! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Students Head to the Airport After 12-Days Connecting Art and Anatomy in Italy! Safe Travels to All!

SDSU Study Abroad Students are Outraged by a Final Exam! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Students are Outraged by a Final Exam!

When in doubt, Bernini

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Anatomia Italiana is with Università degli Studi di Padova.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Palazzo del Bo, Ancient Seat of the University of Padua!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Palazzo del Bo, Ancient Seat of the University of Padua!
I libri di Venezia!

Grazie tante to Prof. Alessandro Ruggeri for hosting our visit to the wax anatomical collection at the University of Bologna! ... See MoreSee Less

Grazie tante to Prof. Alessandro Ruggeri for hosting our visit to the wax anatomical collection at the University of Bologna!

Anatomia Italiana is with Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Historic Library of the University of Bologna!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Historic Library of the University of Bologna!

What an honor to lecture inside the Ancient Anatomy Theatre today at the University of Bologna! Many thanks to my students for their enthusiasm and kind attention! ... See MoreSee Less

What an honor to lecture inside the Ancient Anatomy Theatre today at the University of Bologna! Many thanks to my students for their enthusiasm and kind attention!

I REALLY want to hear more lectures though. So good! This was surreal & so beautiful.

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Anatomia Italiana is with Bologna Teatro Anatomico.

SDSU Visits the Ancient Anatomy Theatre at the University of Bologna, Europe’s Oldest University.
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SDSU Visits the Ancient Anatomy Theatre at the University of Bologna, Europe’s Oldest University.
Uffizi Gallery!
Primavera!

Anatomia Italiana is with Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Firenze.

The Laurentian Library, Florence
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The Laurentian Library, Florence

Anatomia Italiana is with Galleria dell'Accademia.

SDSU is Stunned by Michelangelo’s David!
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SDSU is Stunned by Michelangelo’s David!

Anatomia Italiana is with Museo Del Bargello.

SDSU Study Abroad is in awe of Donatello!
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SDSU Study Abroad is in awe of Donatello!

Anatomia Italiana is with Fontana del Porcellino.

Il Porcellino!
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Il Porcellino!

what is the significance of The Pig! ? 🙂 really a boar, yes?

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Anatomia Italiana is with Kaila Marie and Piazza del Duomo.

SDSU at the Duomo of Florence on Epiphany!
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SDSU at the Duomo of Florence on Epiphany!

Anatomia Italiana is with Kaila Marie and Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia.

SDSU Visits the History of Medicine Museum, Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia, Rome!
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SDSU Visits the History of Medicine Museum, Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia, Rome!

Anatomia Italiana posted 6 photos.

SDSU Bathes in the Spirituality of Saint Francis of Assisi! @ Basilica Di San Francesco D'assisi
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SDSU Bathes in the Spirituality of Saint Francis of Assisi! @ Basilica Di San Francesco Dassisi

Anatomia Italiana is with Kaila Marie and Assisi, Italy.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits Assisi!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits Assisi!

Anatomia Italiana is with Al Grottino.

SDSU Study Abroad loves @algrottino and pizzaiolo maestro @tonyvespa63 for hosting our pizza making course. Al Grottino is the best pizza in Rome!
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SDSU Study Abroad loves @algrottino and pizzaiolo maestro @tonyvespa63 for hosting our pizza making course. Al Grottino is the best pizza in Rome!

I was in the restroom 😭

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Anatomia Italiana is with Al Grottino.

SDSU Study Abroad Learns the Secrets of Pizza Making @algrottino in Rome!
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SDSU Study Abroad Learns the Secrets of Pizza Making @algrottino in Rome!

Anatomia Italiana is with Kaila Marie and Città del Vaticano - Basilica San Pietro di Roma.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits Saint Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits Saint Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City!

Anatomia Italiana is with Vatican Museums - Musei Vaticani.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Laocoön at the Vatican Museums!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Laocoön at the Vatican Museums!

Anatomia Italiana is with Hailey Oberst-Horner and Colosseo, Roma, Italia.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Colosseum!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Colosseum!

Anatomia Italiana is with Kaila Marie and Hailey Oberst-Horner.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Fountain of the Four Rivers!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Fountain of the Four Rivers!

Anatomia Italiana is with Hailey Oberst-Horner and Pantheon.

SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Pantheon After Their Benvenuti a Roma Dinner!
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SDSU Study Abroad Visits the Pantheon After Their Benvenuti a Roma Dinner!

Anatomia Italiana is with Hailey Oberst-Horner and Fontana Di Trevi-Roma.

SDSU Study Abroad Winter 2018 Convenes in Rome!
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SDSU Study Abroad Winter 2018 Convenes in Rome!

Where is the SDSU banner????

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Anatomia Italiana is with Fontana Di Trevi-Roma.

SDSU Study Abroad in Italy begins January 2 in Rome! Safe travel to students! Ci vediamo a Roma!!
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SDSU Study Abroad in Italy begins January 2 in Rome! Safe travel to students! Ci vediamo a Roma!!

Anatomia Italiana is with Italy.

Felice Anno Nuovo! Montage of 2017’s Most Popular Images Connecting Art and Anatomy in Italy! Join Us in 2018!
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Felice Anno Nuovo! Montage of 2017’s Most Popular Images Connecting Art and Anatomy in Italy! Join Us in 2018!

Anatomia Italiana is with Museo Archeologico di Napoli.

Dancing Faun of Pompeii, 2nd Century CE, Naples National Archeological Museum, Naples, Italy
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Dancing Faun of Pompeii, 2nd Century CE, Naples National Archeological Museum, Naples, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Santa Croce, Florence.

Basilica di Santa Croce, completed in 1385, burial place of Michelangelo, Galileo, and Machiavelli. Florence, Italy
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Basilica di Santa Croce, completed in 1385, burial place of Michelangelo, Galileo, and Machiavelli. Florence, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Hotel Savoy Roma.

Hotel Savoy Rome is beautiful in the Holiday Season! Can’t wait to arrive with SDSU Study Abroad students on January 2!
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Hotel Savoy Rome is beautiful in the Holiday Season! Can’t wait to arrive with SDSU Study Abroad students on January 2!

Anatomia Italiana is with Basilica di Santa Chiara.

Basilica of Saint Clare, 13th Century, Assisi, Italy
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Basilica of Saint Clare, 13th Century, Assisi, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Piazza Santo Spirito.

The art and craft of traditional Florentine shoemaking!
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The art and craft of traditional Florentine shoemaking!

Anatomia Italiana shared their photo.

High Renaissance Masterpiece of the Day!
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David, (1501-1504), by Michelangelo, Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence, Italy

High Renaissance Masterpiece of the Day!

Anatomia Italiana is with Galleria dell'Accademia (Firenze - Florence).

David, (1501-1504), by Michelangelo, Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence, Italy
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David, (1501-1504), by Michelangelo, Galleria dellAccademia, Florence, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with San Domenico, Palermo.

Chapel of Saint Joseph, Church of Saint Dominic, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
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Chapel of Saint Joseph, Church of Saint Dominic, Palermo, Sicily, Italy

Monument of Leonardo da Vinci, sculpted by Pietro Magni in 1872, Piazza della Scala, Milan, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Monument of Leonardo da Vinci, sculpted by Pietro Magni in 1872, Piazza della Scala, Milan, Italy

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Monument of Leonardo da Vinci, sculpted by Pietro Magni in 1872, Piazza della Scala, Milan, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Capitoline Museums.

Colossal Bronze Statue of the Emperor Constantine, 4th Century AD, Capitoline Museums, Rome
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Colossal Bronze Statue of the Emperor Constantine, 4th Century AD, Capitoline Museums, Rome
Firenze!

Anatomia Italiana is with Rome, Italy.

Marforio, 1st century AD, Capitoline Hill, Rome
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Marforio, 1st century AD, Capitoline Hill, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Romeo Cillo and Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua.

Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua, built from 1232-1310, Padua, Italy
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Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua, built from 1232-1310, Padua, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Medici Chapel.

Tomb of Giuliano de' Medici, by Michelangelo. Sculpted between 1520-1534. Statue of Giuliano sits above the allegories of Night and Day that are seated atop the tomb. Florence, Italy
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Tomb of Giuliano de Medici, by Michelangelo. Sculpted between 1520-1534. Statue of Giuliano sits above the allegories of Night and Day that are seated atop the tomb. Florence, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi.

Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, (1253), Assisi, Italy
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Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, (1253), Assisi, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Basilica of Sant'Agostino, Rome.

Madonna of Loretto (1604-06), by Caravaggio, Basilica of Sant'Agostino, Rome
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Madonna of Loretto (1604-06), by Caravaggio, Basilica of SantAgostino, Rome

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Piazza della Signoria, Florence, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Fontana del Tritone, Rome.

Triton Fountain, Sculpted in 1643, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Rome
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Triton Fountain, Sculpted in 1643, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Rome

Many thanks to the Anatomy Teaching Assistants for attending my talk today at the University of Utah Anatomy Colloquium! So fun to spend time with such bright and promising young people! ... See MoreSee Less

Many thanks to the Anatomy Teaching Assistants for attending my talk today at the University of Utah Anatomy Colloquium! So fun to spend time with such bright and promising young people!

Dr. Petti Connects Art and Anatomy this Friday at the University of Utah Anatomy Colloquium! ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. Petti Connects Art and Anatomy this Friday at the University of Utah Anatomy Colloquium!

Register by December 15 for Anatomia Italiana del Sud, ‪June 9 - 21, 2018‬ ~ Few Spaces Remain‬!

Connect Art and Anatomy in Sicily and Southern Italy!

Visit medical schools and anatomy museums in Palermo and Naples. Tour two Capuchin ossuary shrines with skeletons and mummies from as far back as the 16th century. Gaze upon the 2400 year-old full-sized Ancient Greek Riace Bronzes that demonstrate incredible anatomical mastery and artistic achievement.

The itinerary also includes the Ancient Greek Temples of Agrigento, the Baroque cities of Noto and Ragusa, the seaside resort of Taormina with views of Mount Etna, and of course special wine tasting and culinary experiences.

HAPS president-emeritus Kevin Petti, Ph.D. designed and leads the program while offering insightful commentary on the historic anatomy venues. English speaking guides provide historical and local perspective to cultural destinations. Ample time is provided for leisure and personal exploration.

Optional graduate credit is available through the HAPS Institute as a three-unit course for those pursuing graduate credit and/or to justify professional development funding.

This program is open to anyone with an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy or experiencing Italy from a fresh perspective. Family, friends, and colleagues are encouraged to participate.

For more information click Email above or visit:
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Register by December 15 for Anatomia Italiana del Sud, ‪June 9 - 21, 2018‬ ~ Few Spaces Remain‬!

Connect Art and Anatomy in Sicily and Southern Italy!

Visit medical schools and anatomy museums in Palermo and Naples. Tour two Capuchin ossuary shrines with skeletons and mummies from as far back as the 16th century. Gaze upon the 2400 year-old full-sized Ancient Greek Riace Bronzes that demonstrate incredible anatomical mastery and artistic achievement.

The itinerary also includes the Ancient Greek Temples of Agrigento, the Baroque cities of Noto and Ragusa, the seaside resort of Taormina with views of Mount Etna, and of course special wine tasting and culinary experiences.

HAPS president-emeritus Kevin Petti, Ph.D. designed and leads the program while offering insightful commentary on the historic anatomy venues. English speaking guides provide historical and local perspective to cultural destinations. Ample time is provided for leisure and personal exploration.

Optional graduate credit is available through the HAPS Institute as a three-unit course for those pursuing graduate credit and/or to justify professional development funding.

This program is open to anyone with an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy or experiencing Italy from a fresh perspective. Family, friends, and colleagues are encouraged to participate.

For more information click Email above or visit:
https://anatomiaitaliana.com/anatomia-italiana-del-sud/

Anatomia Italiana is with Basilica of Sant'Agostino, Rome.

Fresco of the Prophet Isaiah (1512) by Raphael; and statue of Saint Anne and Virgin with Child (1512), by Andrea Sansovino in the Basilica di Sant'Agostino, Rome
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Fresco of the Prophet Isaiah (1512) by Raphael; and statue of Saint Anne and Virgin with Child (1512), by Andrea Sansovino in the Basilica di SantAgostino, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Santa Maria sopra Minerva.

The Risen Christ, sculpted by Michelangelo in 1521, on display in church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome
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The Risen Christ, sculpted by Michelangelo in 1521, on display in church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Trajan's Forum.

Trajan's Column, Completed in the Year 113, Rome!
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Trajans Column, Completed in the Year 113, Rome!

Anatomia Italiana is with Assisi, Italy.

Streets of Assisi!!!
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Streets of Assisi!!!

Anatomia Italiana is with Piazza di Spagna - Roma.

Fontana della Barcaccia (1629) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Piazza di Spagna, Rome.
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Fontana della Barcaccia (1629) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Piazza di Spagna, Rome.

Anatomia Italiana is with Palermo, Italy.

12th Century Mosaic, Cappella Palatina, Royal Palace of Palermo, Sicily
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12th Century Mosaic, Cappella Palatina, Royal Palace of Palermo, Sicily

Anatomia Italiana is with Sicily.

Register Now for Anatomia Italiana del Sud, ‪June 9 - 21, 2018‬

Connect Art and Anatomy in Sicily and Southern Italy!

Visit medical schools and anatomy museums in Palermo and Naples. Tour two Capuchin ossuary shrines with skeletons and mummies from as far back as the 16th century. Gaze upon the 2400 year-old full-sized Ancient Greek Riace Bronzes that demonstrate incredible anatomical mastery and artistic achievement.

The itinerary also includes the Ancient Greek Temples of Agrigento, the Baroque cities of Noto and Ragusa, the seaside resort of Taormina with views of Mount Etna, and of course special wine tasting and culinary experiences.

HAPS president-emeritus Kevin Petti, Ph.D. designed and leads the program while offering insightful commentary on the historic anatomy venues. English speaking guides provide historical and local perspective to cultural destinations. Ample time is provided for leisure and personal exploration.

Optional graduate credit is available through the HAPS Institute as a three-unit course for those pursuing graduate credit and/or to justify professional development funding.

This program is open to anyone with an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy or experiencing Italy from a fresh perspective. Family, friends, and colleagues are encouraged to participate.

For more information DM or visit:
anatomiaitaliana.com/anatomia-italiana-del-sud/
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Register Now for Anatomia Italiana del Sud, ‪June 9 - 21, 2018‬

Connect Art and Anatomy in Sicily and Southern Italy!

Visit medical schools and anatomy museums in Palermo and Naples. Tour two Capuchin ossuary shrines with skeletons and mummies from as far back as the 16th century. Gaze upon the 2400 year-old full-sized Ancient Greek Riace Bronzes that demonstrate incredible anatomical mastery and artistic achievement.

The itinerary also includes the Ancient Greek Temples of Agrigento, the Baroque cities of Noto and Ragusa, the seaside resort of Taormina with views of Mount Etna, and of course special wine tasting and culinary experiences.

HAPS president-emeritus Kevin Petti, Ph.D. designed and leads the program while offering insightful commentary on the historic anatomy venues. English speaking guides provide historical and local perspective to cultural destinations. Ample time is provided for leisure and personal exploration.

Optional graduate credit is available through the HAPS Institute as a three-unit course for those pursuing graduate credit and/or to justify professional development funding.

This program is open to anyone with an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy or experiencing Italy from a fresh perspective. Family, friends, and colleagues are encouraged to participate.

For more information DM or visit:
https://anatomiaitaliana.com/anatomia-italiana-del-sud/

Anatomia Italiana is with Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua.

Tomb of Gabriele Falloppio (1523-62), anatomist and discoverer of the Fallopian tubes, Basilica of Saint Anthony, Padua, Italy
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Tomb of Gabriele Falloppio (1523-62), anatomist and discoverer of the Fallopian tubes, Basilica of Saint Anthony, Padua, Italy

Anatomia Italiana is with Hotel Savoy Roma.

Sambuca e dolce sulla terrazza a Roma!
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Sambuca e dolce sulla terrazza a Roma!

Il meglio 😄

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Anatomia Italiana is with Al Grottino and Rome, Italy.

Pizza Margherita con Bufala!
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Pizza Margherita con Bufala!

Anatomia Italiana is with Santa Maria del Popolo.

Crypt Entrance Cover, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Floor of the Chigi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome
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Crypt Entrance Cover, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Floor of the Chigi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Santa Maria della Vittoria.

Ecstasy of Saint Theresa, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, in Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome. Sculpted between 1647-52.
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Ecstasy of Saint Theresa, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, in Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome. Sculpted between 1647-52.

Anatomia Italiana is with Rome, Italy.

Trevi Fountain, Rome
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Trevi Fountain, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Scala Contarini del Bovolo.

Scala Contarini del Bovolo, 1499, Venice
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Scala Contarini del Bovolo, 1499, Venice

Anatomia Italiana is with Piazza Navona - Rome, Italy.

Fountain of Neptune, Piazza Navona, Rome
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Fountain of Neptune, Piazza Navona, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari.

Tomb of Antonio Canova (containing only his heart!) Basilica dei Frari, Venice
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Tomb of Antonio Canova (containing only his heart!) Basilica dei Frari, Venice

Anatomia Italiana is with Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari.

Tomb of Titian, Basilica dei Frari, Venice
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Tomb of Titian, Basilica dei Frari, Venice

Anatomia Italiana is with Spanish Steps - Rome, Italy.

The Spanish Steps, Rome
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The Spanish Steps, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with San Pietro in Vincoli.

Moses (1515), and the Tomb of Pope Julius II (1545), Michelangelo, The Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome
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Moses (1515), and the Tomb of Pope Julius II (1545), Michelangelo, The Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome
Gaiole in Chianti

Anatomia Italiana is with Vatican City.

School of Athens, 1509-1511, Raphael, Vatican City
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School of Athens, 1509-1511, Raphael, Vatican City

The cover of my 1st philosophy book ❤️

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Anatomia Italiana is with Galleria Borghese.

Aeneas, Anchises, and Ascanius, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1618-19, Galleria Borghese, Rome
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Aeneas, Anchises, and Ascanius, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1618-19, Galleria Borghese, Rome

Anatomia Italiana is with Saint Peter's Basilica in Vatican City.

Basilica of Saint Peter, Vatican City, Rome
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Basilica of Saint Peter, Vatican City, Rome

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Anatomia Italiana is with Sicily.

Registration Now Open for Anatomia Italiana del Sud, June 9 - 21, 2018!

Connect Art and Anatomy in Sicily and Southern Italy!

Visit medical schools and anatomy museums in Palermo and Naples, Capuchin ossuary shrines containing skeletons and mummies from as far back as the 16th century, and the 2400 year-old full-sized Ancient Greek Riace Bronzes.

Also visit the Ancient Greek Temples of Agrigento, the Baroque cities of Noto and Ragusa, the seaside resort of Taormina with views of Mount Etna, and of course special wine tasting and culinary experiences.

Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) president-emeritus Kevin Petti, Ph.D. designed and leads the program.

Optional graduate credit is available through the HAPS Institute (HAPS-I) as a three-unit course for those pursuing graduate credit and/or to justify professional development funding.

This program is open to anyone with an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy or experiencing Italy from a fresh perspective.

DM for more information or visit:�https://anatomiaitaliana.com/anatomia-italiana-del-sud/
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Registration Now Open for Anatomia Italiana del Sud, June 9 - 21, 2018!

Connect Art and Anatomy in Sicily and Southern Italy!

Visit medical schools and anatomy museums in Palermo and Naples, Capuchin ossuary shrines containing skeletons and mummies from as far back as the 16th century, and the 2400 year-old full-sized Ancient Greek Riace Bronzes.

Also visit the Ancient Greek Temples of Agrigento, the Baroque cities of Noto and Ragusa, the seaside resort of Taormina with views of Mount Etna, and of course special wine tasting and culinary experiences.

Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) president-emeritus Kevin Petti, Ph.D. designed and leads the program.

Optional graduate credit is available through the HAPS Institute (HAPS-I) as a three-unit course for those pursuing graduate credit and/or to justify professional development funding.

This program is open to anyone with an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy or experiencing Italy from a fresh perspective.

DM for more information or visit:�https://anatomiaitaliana.com/anatomia-italiana-del-sud/

Anatomia Italiana is with Pompeii - Parco Archeologico.

Artifacts of Pompeii, 1st Century
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Artifacts of Pompeii, 1st Century

Anatomia Italiana is with Castel Nuovo.

Castel Nuovo, 1279, Naples, Italy
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Castel Nuovo, 1279, Naples, Italy