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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Paul K tagged japan+science

Lots of woodcut schematics of acupuncture maps and midwifery/gynaecological subjects from the second 56 books in the rare Eastern books/manuscripts image database from Kyushu University Medical Library. Also a few stylised animals. (See part I)

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Japanese anatomical, dermatological (including acupuncture points) and opthalmological illustrations from 56 x 18th and 19th century rare medical books at Kyushu University. Many images are stylized or eccentric.

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Multi: knotwork bookplate, Aztec Sun stone, '6 nations' folkloric prints, 13th cent. medical instruments, demonology frontpiece, tessaract cubes, Ukiyo-e book prints, Dali on Shakespeare, surreal emblems, Boddam Hours/Toulouse Annals...more!

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Japanese album of coloured woodblock prints from 1921 that depicts 112 varieties of the Cherry Blossom tree.

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1840s fish sketches from von Siebold's famous Fauna Japonica book series. Many colourful and odd looking fish.

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Multi: Japanese Edo period monsters; Welsh national image database; NSW Library Jail sketch; JJGrandville drawings; US Agric. Pomona Watercolors; Equipo Cronica : pop art serigraphs from spain; WWI silhouette illustrations; Peter Rabbit Magician 1942; cel

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Kyushu University Museum rare Edo period books on whaling. Images are of whales for the mostpart, funnily enough.

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Phillip von Siebold's 5 volume 1850 series that introduced the west to Japanese natural science.

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