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Paper, 'On the posterior lobes of the cerebrum of the quadrumana' by William Henry Flower

Reference number: PT/64/7

Date: 1861

Description

40 manuscript pages and two plates showing drawings of various primate cerebra.

Subject: Anatomy / Zoology

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'On the posterior lobes of the cerebrum of the quadrumana'.

Communicated by Dr [William] Sharpey. Received by the Royal Society on 20 November 1861. Read 9 January 1862.

Abstract published in Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [later Proceedings of the Royal Society of London], Volume 11, 1862.

Reference number
PT/64/7
Earliest possible date
1861
Physical description
Ink on paper
Page extent
42 pages
Format
Manuscript

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William Henry Flower

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William Henry Flower, Paper, 'On the posterior lobes of the cerebrum of the quadrumana' by William Henry Flower, 1861, PT/64/7, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pt_64_7/paper-on-the-posterior-lobes-of-the-cerebrum-of-the-quadrumana-by-william-henry-flower, accessed on 25 July 2024

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