Leiden anatomical theatre
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Leiden anatomical theatre was an anatomical theatre found in Leiden, Netherlands. Built in 1593 on Pieter Pauw's initiative. It was one of the famous buildings where anatomical dissections could be carried out in public during early modern period, and at the beginning of late modern period.
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