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6 days ago

Anatomia Italiana

A million sincere thanks to my colleagues at the Frank Netter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University for the invitation to speak to first year med students as they begin their anatomy program. Connecting Art and Anatomy at the Netter SOM is a natural as his anatomical illustrations are celebrated worldwide! @ Quinnipiac University School of Medicine ... See MoreSee Less

A million sincere thanks to my colleagues at the Frank Netter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University for the invitation to speak to first year med students as they begin their anatomy program. Connecting Art and Anatomy at the Netter SOM is a natural as his anatomical illustrations are celebrated worldwide! @ Quinnipiac University School of MedicineImage attachmentImage attachment

1 week ago

Anatomia Italiana

Exciting day visiting beautiful Yale University! Enjoyed rare books at the Beinecke Library (including a Gutenberg Bible!), plus an exhibit of Leonardo paintings and Verrocchio sculptures! @ Yale University ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Anatomia Italiana

Many thanks to my students who tried to come to my presentation and the Caravaggio movie but were turned away because it was sold out! It breaks my heart💔! Guess we just got to find a time to get together and discuss Italian art ourselves! Thanks for coming by✌🏼it means so much! ... See MoreSee Less

Many thanks to my students who tried to come to my presentation and the Caravaggio movie but were turned away because it was sold out! It breaks my heart💔! Guess we just got to find a time to get together and discuss Italian art ourselves! Thanks for coming by✌🏼it means so much!

1 week ago

Anatomia Italiana

Tonight’s event was wonderful! The theatre sold out, which was great, but I am so sorry for my students who were unable to get in☹️! Many thanks to the San Diego Italian Film Festival for the invitation! ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight’s event was wonderful! The theatre sold out, which was great, but I am so sorry for my students who were unable to get in☹️! Many thanks to the San Diego Italian Film Festival for the invitation!

 

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Wow, you missed the Holy Bowl!

1 week ago

Anatomia Italiana

Preparing for my introduction of the movie “Caravaggio, l’anima e il sangue” at the Natural History in Balboa Park! Grazie tante to artistic director Antonio Ionnota for the collaboration!! ... See MoreSee Less

Preparing for my introduction of the movie “Caravaggio, l’anima e il sangue” at the Natural History in Balboa Park! Grazie tante to artistic director Antonio Ionnota for the collaboration!!

 

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You will do great !

2 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Today was the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi! Feel the Peace and Love! ✌🏼🙏🏼❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Today was the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi! Feel the Peace and Love! ✌🏼🙏🏼❤️

2 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

When yet again (the fourth time this semester!) SDSU Study Abroad in Italy students drop in for a 7:50AM muscle physiology lecture! Humbled and honored the way these students wish to stay connected!✌🏼 ... See MoreSee Less

When yet again (the fourth time this semester!) SDSU Study Abroad in Italy students drop in for a 7:50AM muscle physiology lecture! Humbled and honored the way these students wish to stay connected!✌🏼

2 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Join Dr. Petti this Friday evening, October 5, 7:30 PM at the San Diego Natural History Museum in Balboa Park, as he introduces a compelling movie presented by the San Diego Italian Film Festival. The film, "Caravaggio - L’anima e il sangue” (the soul and the blood) explores the life of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, a troubled soul who wielded light and dark as a weapon to capture our attention, and painted the world around him as it was. This film is a combination of masterful cinematography and scholarly insight.

General admission $12, with student ID $8.

Spero ci vediamo venerdì sera!
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Join Dr. Petti this Friday evening, October 5, 7:30 PM at the San Diego Natural History Museum in Balboa Park, as he introduces a compelling movie presented by the San Diego Italian Film Festival. The film, Caravaggio - L’anima e il sangue” (the soul and the blood) explores the life of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, a troubled soul who wielded light and dark as a weapon to capture our attention, and painted the world around him as it was. This film is a combination of masterful cinematography and scholarly insight.

General admission $12, with student ID $8.

Spero ci vediamo venerdì sera!

 

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Kelly Weston Greene - Wish i could get down there to see this, and visit with you! You should check it out! 🙂 (and start planning our trip to visit Caravaggio works ...:) )

2 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Honored to deliver an invited talk about the Anatomia Italiana curriculum at today’s ADInstrument’s Brain Trust Meeting. Always invigorating to collaborate with innovative colleagues about enhancing instructional delivery. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Honored to deliver an invited talk about the Anatomia Italiana curriculum at today’s ADInstrument’s Brain Trust Meeting. Always invigorating to collaborate with innovative colleagues about enhancing instructional delivery. ... See MoreSee Less

Honored to deliver an invited talk about the Anatomia Italiana curriculum at today’s ADInstrument’s Brain Trust Meeting. Always invigorating to collaborate with innovative colleagues about enhancing instructional delivery.

3 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

When yet once again, SDSU Study Abroad in Italy students show up for a 7:50AM muscle physiology lecture! Warms my heart that they wish to stay connected like this! ... See MoreSee Less

When yet once again, SDSU Study Abroad in Italy students show up for a 7:50AM muscle physiology lecture! Warms my heart that they wish to stay connected like this!

 

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How is Dom doing in Madrid

3 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad in Italy, January 7-19, 2019 is Now Open for Application! For info visit: sdsu-sa.terradotta.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=10862 ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad in Italy, January 7-19, 2019 is Now Open for Application! For info visit: https://sdsu-sa.terradotta.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=10862

 

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Pauli Anna should we go for round 2? Ashley Larkin you should do this!!!

4 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

When yet another SDSU Study Abroad in Italy student shows up for a 7:50AM physiology lecture! ... See MoreSee Less

When yet another SDSU Study Abroad in Italy student shows up for a 7:50AM physiology lecture!

4 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Registration is now open for a new program!

Connecting Art and Anatomy in Europe! June 16-28, 2019

This symposium-like experience visits university anatomy museums along with the world’s greatest works of art in human anatomy in London, The Netherlands, and Paris. Meet with curators and historians for first-hand insights.

Four Nights in London:
In recognition of 500 years since his death, the Royal Trust will exhibit hundreds of Leonardo’s anatomical drawings at Queen’s Gallery, the largest exhibition of Leonardo’s work in 65 years. London also offers The Wellcome Library for a private viewing of texts such as The Fabrica by Vesalius. The Gordon Museum of Pathology at King’s College offers anatomical wax sculptures by Joseph Towne and Europe’s oldest anatomical specimens for a symposium by experts in medical history. Visit the original 1822 Old Operating Theatre – Europe’s oldest – for a presentation about medicine in the Victorian era. Also visit Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world!

Three Nights in Amsterdam:
Experience the Dutch Golden Age and see Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Deijman and The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp. Marvel at other paintings such as The Milkmaid and Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer! Amsterdam also offers the Anatomical Theatre of The Waag – depicted in Rembrandt’s anatomical lessons, as well as Museum Vrolik at the University of Amsterdam, perhaps the largest and oldest teratological collection in the world. Optional activities include the Anne Frank House, the Van Gough Museum, and a cruise along Amsterdam’s canals.

Five Nights in Paris:
Visit the History of Medicine Museum at Université Paris Descartes, containing rare medical instruments, including the autopsy tools used on Napoleon! A day in the French countryside for wine and cheese is a must, and of course The Palace of Versailles, and The Louvre. A free day offers opportunities such as the Landing Beaches of Normandy, and Mannerist museums.

Professional development credit is available through the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society Institute (HAPS-I).

DM me with questions, or visit anatomiaitaliana.com/northerneurope2019/
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If I wasn’t in China through June 19, I’d be getting the details!

4 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Portrait of Galileo Galilei, the Father of Modern Science, by Justus Suttermans, 1635, Uffizi Gallery, Florence ... See MoreSee Less

Portrait of Galileo Galilei, the Father of Modern Science, by Justus Suttermans, 1635, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

4 weeks ago

Anatomia Italiana

Salvator Mundi, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, completed in 1679 when he was 80, Basilica of San Sebastian at the Catacombs, Rome ... See MoreSee Less

Salvator Mundi, by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, completed in 1679 when he was 80, Basilica of San Sebastian at the Catacombs, Rome

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

When your SDSU Study Abroad in Italy students drop by for a 7:50AM skeletal system lecture! ... See MoreSee Less

When your SDSU Study Abroad in Italy students drop by for a 7:50AM skeletal system lecture!

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Frederik Ruysch (1670) by Adriaen Backer, Amsterdam Museum, The Netherlands ... See MoreSee Less

The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Frederik Ruysch (1670) by Adriaen Backer, Amsterdam Museum, The Netherlands

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

Petrified preservation of a head and hands, Museum of Human Anatomy, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Naples, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Petrified preservation of a head and hands, Museum of Human Anatomy, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Naples, Italy

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

Pompeii! ... See MoreSee Less

Pompeii!

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

Museum of the History of Medicine, Université Paris Descartes, France. ... See MoreSee Less

Museum of the History of Medicine, Université Paris Descartes, France.

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

In honor of the U.S. Labor Day holiday, a sculpture of my profession, by Luca Della Robbia (1437-1439), original panel from Giotto’s Campanile displayed in Grande Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence, Italy. ... See MoreSee Less

In honor of the U.S. Labor Day holiday, a sculpture of my profession, by Luca Della Robbia (1437-1439), original panel from Giotto’s Campanile displayed in Grande Museo dellOpera del Duomo, Florence, Italy.

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

Anatomia Italiana reaches 1000 followers! A thousand thanks to all for sharing an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy! ... See MoreSee Less

Anatomia Italiana reaches 1000 followers! A thousand thanks to all for sharing an interest in Connecting Art and Anatomy!

 

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il 3o in basso da sinistra lo conoscevo...

1 month ago

Anatomia Italiana

Dancing Faun, 2nd Century BCE Bronze Sculpture from Pompeii, Naples National Archeological Museum, Naples, Italy. ... See MoreSee Less

Dancing Faun, 2nd Century BCE Bronze Sculpture from Pompeii, Naples National Archeological Museum, Naples, Italy.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Venus de Milo, sculpted between 130 and 100 BCE, Louvre, Paris. ... See MoreSee Less

Venus de Milo, sculpted between 130 and 100 BCE, Louvre, Paris.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Venerina, (1782) a dissectible anatomical wax sculpture by Clemente Susini, Palazzo Poggi, University of Bologna, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Venerina, (1782) a dissectible anatomical wax sculpture by Clemente Susini, Palazzo Poggi, University of Bologna, Italy

 

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Wow.

So awesome. That is one of my favorite pieces. It is incredibly powerful on so many levels (anatomic detail, precision wax sculpture, and an overall gestalt that invokes deep, emotional feelings and a special connection with the woman. It may be, perhaps, THE best, all encompassing representation of art (and feeling) in Anatomy! 👍🏻

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Assisi! ... See MoreSee Less

Assisi!

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Branzino al sale, (fish baked in salt), Ristorante Camillo Benso, Milan, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Melissa Jose

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Basilica of the Sacred Heart, (Sacré-Cœur Basilica), Paris. ... See MoreSee Less

Basilica of the Sacred Heart, (Sacré-Cœur Basilica), Paris.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Duomo di Cortona, Tuscany ... See MoreSee Less

Duomo di Cortona, Tuscany

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Parisian Anatomical Urban Art! ... See MoreSee Less

Parisian Anatomical Urban Art!

 

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Justin Cashell

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Osteology Lesson of Dr. Sebastiaen Egbertsz (1619) by Nicolaes Pickenoy, Amsterdam Museum, The Netherlands. ... See MoreSee Less

The Osteology Lesson of Dr. Sebastiaen Egbertsz (1619) by Nicolaes Pickenoy, Amsterdam Museum, The Netherlands.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

18th century “Birthing Machine” used to teach midwives correct fetal repositioning techniques. A cloth fetal doll was inserted into the glass uterus, and blindfolded students would reposition the doll as the professor corrected their technique. Palazzo Poggi, University of Bologna, Italy. ... See MoreSee Less

18th century “Birthing Machine” used to teach midwives correct fetal repositioning techniques. A cloth fetal doll was inserted into the glass uterus, and blindfolded students would reposition the doll as the professor corrected their technique. Palazzo Poggi, University of Bologna, Italy.

 

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This is quite possibly the coolest thing ever!!! At first I thought it was some kind of medieval torture apparatus...the truth is WAAAY BETTER!!

Ummm, it all sounds like torture to me!😩

I thought this was so clever. Odd looking but a good tool.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Diana of Versailles, 1st/2nd century AD, the Louvre, Paris. ... See MoreSee Less

Diana of Versailles, 1st/2nd century AD, the Louvre, Paris.

 

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I was just there, wish I would've seen her.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Libreria Acqua Alta, Venezia! ... See MoreSee Less

Libreria Acqua Alta, Venezia!

 

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I can imagine the smell of this store. 🙂 Those stacks make me kind of sad though! 💦🚫📚

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Gelato! ... See MoreSee Less

Gelato!

 

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Just 1 scoop???? AMATEUR!! I quickly learned how to balance "duo gusto" and a glass/bottle of wine (semantics)at the same time...with not a drop of vino or gelato hitting the ground!😁😎😍

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Palace of Versailles, France. ... See MoreSee Less

The Palace of Versailles, France.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne by Leonardo da Vinci, 1503, Louvre, Paris. ... See MoreSee Less

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne by Leonardo da Vinci, 1503, Louvre, Paris.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Damned Soul (Anima Dannata) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1619, Borghese Gallery, Rome ... See MoreSee Less

Damned Soul (Anima Dannata) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1619, Borghese Gallery, Rome

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Venetian doorbells and mail slot! ... See MoreSee Less

Venetian doorbells and mail slot!

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Penitent Mary Magdalene, wooden sculpture by Donatello, c. 1453-55, the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence. ... See MoreSee Less

The Penitent Mary Magdalene, wooden sculpture by Donatello, c. 1453-55, the Museo dellOpera del Duomo, Florence.

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Original 1666 edition of William Harvey’s book Exercitationes de Generatione Animalium (first edition published in 1651). In this book Harvey set the stage for modern embryology including conception, embryogenesis, and spontaneous generation. I recently purchased this in a book store near the University of Padua, where Harvey attended medical school. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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What a find!!!!!

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Study Abroad Students, Padua, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Study Abroad Students, Padua, Italy

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Fortune Teller (1594) by Caravaggio, The Louvre, Paris ... See MoreSee Less

The Fortune Teller (1594) by Caravaggio, The Louvre, Paris

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

An Old Man and his Grandson, by Domenico Ghirlandaio, (1490), The Louvre, Paris ... See MoreSee Less

An Old Man and his Grandson, by Domenico Ghirlandaio, (1490), The Louvre, Paris

 

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Great case of rhinophyma in that painting...

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

God Creating Eve, (1334-1343) by Andrea Pisano, Original Panel from Giotto’s Bell Tower, in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence ... See MoreSee Less

God Creating Eve, (1334-1343) by Andrea Pisano, Original Panel from Giotto’s Bell Tower, in the Museo dellOpera del Duomo, Florence

2 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Venus of Urbino (1538) by Tiziano Vecellio, Uffizi Gallery, Florence ... See MoreSee Less

Venus of Urbino (1538) by Tiziano Vecellio, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Falls in Love with Venice! @ Venezia, Italia ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Contemplates the History of Medicine at the Ancient Anatomy Theatre, University of Bologna ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Contemplates the History of Medicine at the Ancient Anatomy Theatre, University of Bologna

 

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Get on that table!!!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

When an SDSU Study Abroad in Italy Alum happens to be in Florence with friends, and you all climb Giotto’s Tower and get an amazing view of Brunelleschi’s Dome! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Visits David Statues by Donatello and Michelangelo! @ Florence, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Visits David Statues by Donatello and Michelangelo! @ Florence, ItalyImage attachment

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

I don’t even pretend to control myself anymore! 🇮🇹👞 ... See MoreSee Less

I don’t even pretend to control myself anymore! 🇮🇹👞

 

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I saw the shoes and immediately knew they were yours, Kevin!!

Life is for Living Enjoy

Nice...

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Visits the Duomo of Florence! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Visits the Duomo of Florence!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Bathes in the Art and Spirituality of Assisi! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Bathes in the Art and Spirituality of Assisi!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad is in Awe of the Colosseum! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad is in Awe of the Colosseum!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Enjoys Ancient Statuary at the Vatican Museums! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Enjoys Ancient Statuary at the Vatican Museums!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Session II Begins in Rome! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Session II Begins in Rome!

 

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Session 2? all over again? I want your job!!!

Hi Kayleigh Todo

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Session II Begins Sunday in Rome! Safe Travels to Students and See you Soon!! 🛫🇮🇹 @ Rome, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Session II Begins Sunday in Rome! Safe Travels to Students and See you Soon!! 🛫🇮🇹 @ Rome, ItalyImage attachment

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

I couldn’t resist. ... See MoreSee Less

I couldn’t resist.

 

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Ahhhhh I wanted to post that 😜

I need one of these!

You wish you were that buff!

Beard blends beautifully with platysma

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU students jump for joy in Venice! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU students jump for joy in Venice!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad students are outraged by an exam!! @ Hotel Europa Padova * * * * ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad students are outraged by an exam!! @ Hotel Europa Padova * * * *Image attachment

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The Anatomical Wax Collection at Palazzo Poggi, University of Bologna! ... See MoreSee Less

The Anatomical Wax Collection at Palazzo Poggi, University of Bologna!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Visits the Department of Anatomy, University of Bologna! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Visits the Department of Anatomy, University of Bologna!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Stands in the Ancient Anatomy Theatre at the University of Bologna! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Stands in the Ancient Anatomy Theatre at the University of Bologna!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Loves the Uffizi! @ Gallerie degli Uffizi ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Loves the Uffizi! @ Gallerie degli UffiziImage attachment

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Visits Michelangelo’s David! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Visits Michelangelo’s David!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Firenze! ... See MoreSee Less

Firenze!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Bathes in the Spirituality of Assisi! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Bathes in the Spirituality of Assisi!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Visits The Colosseum! @ Colosseo, Roma, Italia ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Visits The Colosseum! @ Colosseo, Roma, ItaliaImage attachment

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Dr. Petti lectures about the Sistine Chapel ceiling at The Vatican! ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. Petti lectures about the Sistine Chapel ceiling at The Vatican!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Saint Peter’s Basilica! ... See MoreSee Less

Saint Peter’s Basilica!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Connects Art and Anatomy through Ancient Greek Statuary at the Vatican Museums! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Connects Art and Anatomy through Ancient Greek Statuary at the Vatican Museums!

3 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad Enjoys it’s First Night in Rome! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad Enjoys it’s First Night in Rome!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

SDSU Study Abroad in Italy - Session I begins Sunday night in Rome! Safe travels to students! ... See MoreSee Less

SDSU Study Abroad in Italy - Session I begins Sunday night in Rome! Safe travels to students!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Winged Victory of Samothrace, 2nd century BC, The Louvre, Paris ... See MoreSee Less

Winged Victory of Samothrace, 2nd century BC, The Louvre, Paris

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

The History of Medicine Museum, Paris Descartes University, containing some of Europe’s oldest surgical and anatomical specimens, including the tools used for the autopsy of Napoleon! @ Paris, France ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Better than Mutter???

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

An homage to Leonardo in Cortona, Italy! ... See MoreSee Less

An homage to Leonardo in Cortona, Italy!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Convent de Le Celle, 13th-century Franciscan Convent just outside Cortona, Tuscany, Italy @ Eremo "Le Celle" di Cortona ... See MoreSee Less

Convent de Le Celle, 13th-century Franciscan Convent just outside Cortona, Tuscany, Italy @ Eremo Le Celle di CortonaImage attachment

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Gnocchi with truffles handpicked yesterday, followed by wild boar! Bravo Andrea! ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Grazie voi to our hosts Andrea, Patrizia, Benedetto, and Stefania for an authentic Italian dinner complete with truffles hand-picked from the countryside just yesterday! ... See MoreSee Less

Grazie voi to our hosts Andrea, Patrizia, Benedetto, and Stefania for an authentic Italian dinner complete with truffles hand-picked from the countryside just yesterday!Image attachmentImage attachment

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Montefalco! ... See MoreSee Less

Montefalco!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Firenze! ... See MoreSee Less

Firenze!

 

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I’ve never seen this pic. Firenze will always be my favorite.

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Bernini! ... See MoreSee Less

Bernini!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Mount Etna from Taormina, Sicily ... See MoreSee Less

Mount Etna from Taormina, Sicily

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

In Honor of Father’s Day: The Chapel of Saint Joseph, in the Church of San Domenico, Palermo, Sicily ... See MoreSee Less

In Honor of Father’s Day: The Chapel of Saint Joseph, in the Church of San Domenico, Palermo, Sicily

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels, by Duccio di Boninsegna (1285) Uffizi Gallery, Florence ... See MoreSee Less

Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels, by Duccio di Boninsegna (1285) Uffizi Gallery, Florence

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples ... See MoreSee Less

Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

In awe of Paolo Mascagni’s 200 year-old anatomy treatise, a stunning Connection of Art and Anatomy, The University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Naples, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

In awe of Paolo Mascagni’s 200 year-old anatomy treatise, a stunning Connection of Art and Anatomy, The University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Naples, Italy

 

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Incredible. Never ever even knew about them. What a treasure!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Via San Gregorio Armeno, the street of Nativity workshops, Naples, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Via San Gregorio Armeno, the street of Nativity workshops, Naples, Italy

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Galileo’s Tomb, Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence ... See MoreSee Less

Galileo’s Tomb, Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Honored to stay connected with a few boys who tripped and fell into my SDSU Italy Study Abroad course! ... See MoreSee Less

Honored to stay connected with a few boys who tripped and fell into my SDSU Italy Study Abroad course!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Basilica of Santa Croce, constructed from 1295-1385, Florence, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Basilica of Santa Croce, constructed from 1295-1385, Florence, Italy

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Fountain of the Four Rivers (1651) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Piazza Navona, Rome ... See MoreSee Less

Fountain of the Four Rivers (1651) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Piazza Navona, Rome

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Firenze! ... See MoreSee Less

Firenze!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

La Specola Anatomical Wax Collection, University of Florence, Italy @ La Specola ... See MoreSee Less

La Specola Anatomical Wax Collection, University of Florence, Italy @ La SpecolaImage attachment

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Isola Bella, Sicily ... See MoreSee Less

Isola Bella, Sicily

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Taormina! ... See MoreSee Less

Taormina!

 

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Beautiful city. Wouldn't mind going back.

I LOVED this store!

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Casa di Giulietta, Verona, Italy ... See MoreSee Less

Casa di Giulietta, Verona, Italy

4 months ago

Anatomia Italiana

Pranzo a Palermo! ... See MoreSee Less

Pranzo a Palermo!

 

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That’s OK it looks great to me and very fresh. Do they have pasta colored by squid 🦑 ink?

Yum! Some spritz to go with it 🙂

Nope. Can’t do it.

That looks SOOO good!

I’m sorry but 🤮

Yes please

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