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Equine Diseases by Jacques de Solleysel, 1664

Solleysel took a classical figure from the literature of the 17th century, which represented the parts of the individual connected by linens to potential diseases. His treatise was intended as a scholarly resource and followed the theory of humours, the foundation of human medicine at that time.