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The Anatomical Theatre as a Public Spectacle In addition to having ties to the educational and justice systems, anatomical dissection also counts as an early form of mass entertainment – of public spectacle. Although this dimension virtually disappeared from anatomical practice after the late eighteenth century, it is surprising to find how the VHP has contributed to its return. In the sixteenth century, Vesalius’s dissections – giving rise to an empirical turn in anatomy – also induced a shift from private to public instruction.
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