Two figures showing a half human, half dog monster  Engraving 1668  From: De monstris.../Ex recensione Gerardi Blasii... qui monstra quaedam nova,,,addidit  By: Fortunio Liceti and Gerardus Blasius  Published: Heirs of P. FrambottusPadua  1668  Page 183

Two figures showing a half human, half dog monster Engraving 1668 From: De monstris./Ex recensione Gerardi Blasii. qui monstra quaedam nova,,,addidit By: Fortunio Liceti and Gerardus Blasius Published: Heirs of P. FrambottusPadua 1668 Page 183

Fortunius Licetus de Monstris. Gerardi Blasii, 1615.

[One-headed cat with two bodies] That rabbit-goat-many-legged-thingy apparently lived for a few months in Fortunius Licetus de Monstris.

Intrauterine amputation of extremities by amniotic band early in pregnancy, followed by partial calcification and encysting of deceased fetus. Probably would have resulted in a lithopedion if the female survived longer, from Fortunius licetus de monstris. Gerardi Blasii, 1665.

Intrauterine amputation of extremities by amniotic band early in pregnancy, followed by partial calcification and encysting of deceased fetus. Probably would have resulted in a lithopedion if the female survived longer, from Fortunius licetus de monstris. Gerardi Blasii, 1665.

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