The “Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani” is an anatomical atlas created by the anatomist Bernhard Siegfried Albinus. This atlas was first published in 1747 and is also known as “The Albinus Anatomy.”
Albinus’ atlas features detailed illustrations of the human skeleton and muscles, along with accompanying descriptive text. Albinus’ work is notable for its artistic quality and attention to detail. The illustrations are finely detailed. Albinus also utilized dissections of actual human bodies to create his illustrations, which was a departure from the prevailing practice of using animals for anatomical study.
“The Albinus Anatomy” was highly influential in the field of anatomy and medicine and was used as a reference by medical students, physicians, and artists for many years.