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The old Anatomical School, Queen's Lane

The Anatomical School, Queen’s Lane

History of the Anatomical School, Queen's Lane

The New Guide to Cambridge of 1831 describes the School as small but conveniently fitted up for th delivery of Lectures on Anatomy and Medicine. ‘ Here is a Museum, containing a large collection of rare and valuable preparations, including the Museum of the late Sir Busick Harwood and a set of beautifully wrought wax models, recently imported from Naples, at a very considerable expense.

More information can be found on the University’s Department of Physiology web site:

https://www.pdn.cam.ac.uk/about-us/history/anatomy-past-and-present

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