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The illustration above comes from the Luttrell Psalter, England ca. 1325-1340 (British Library, Add 42130, fol. 146v).The one below depicts the world's most famous C-section. " Birth of Julius Caesar, Les anciennes hystoires rommaines, Paris 14th century." (British Library, Royal 16 G VII, fol. 219r) Both items via the quite remarkable Discarding Images tumblr.
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