Helkiah Crooke

Title page of Microcosmographia Helkiah Crooke (1576 – 1648) was Court physician to King James I of England. He is best remembered for his textbook on anatomy, ''Mikrokosmographia, a Description of the Body of Man''. He was the first qualified doctor to be appointed Keeper of Royal Bethlem Hospital, but his conduct as Keeper was so unsatisfactory that he was eventually removed from that office on the grounds of corruption and absenteeism. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Crooke, Helkiah
Published 1615
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by Crooke, Helkiah
Published 1616
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by Crooke, Helkiah
Published 1631
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by Crooke, Helkiah
Published 1982
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by Crooke, Helkiah
Published 1982
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