Muscles of the back. 1, trapezius; 2, its origin; 3, spine of scapula; 4, latissimus dorsi; 5, delltoid; 6, infra-spinatus; 7, external oblique; 8, gluteus medius; 9, gluteus maximus; 10, levator scapulae; 11, rhomboideus minor; 12, rhomboideus major; 13, splenius capitus; 14, splenius colli; 15, origin latissimus dorsi; 16, serratus inferior posticus; 17, supra-rpinatus; 18, infra-pinatus; 19, teres minor; 20, teres major; 21, long head triceps; 22, serratus major anticus; 23, internal oblique.

Back Muscles

Muscles of the back. 1, trapezius; 2, its origin; 3, spine of scapula; 4, latissimus dorsi; 5, delltoid;…

Second layer of muscles of the back. Labels: 1, trapezius; 2, a portion of the ten dinous ellipse formed by the trapezius on both sides; 3, spine of scapula; 4, latissimus dorsi; 5, deltoid; 6, infra-spinatus and teres minor; 7, external oblique; 8, gluteus medius; 9, gluteus magnus; 10, levator scapulae; 11, rhomboideus minor; 12, rhomboideus major; 13, splenius capitis; 14, splenius colli; 15, portion of origin of latissimus dorsi; 16, serratus inferior posticus; 17, supra-spinatus; 18, infra-spinatus; 19, teres minor; 20, teres major; 21, long head of triceps extensor cubiti; 22, serratus major anticus; 23, internal oblique.

Muscles of the Back

Second layer of muscles of the back. Labels: 1, trapezius; 2, a portion of the ten dinous ellipse formed…

An illustration of the back of a man.

Back of Person

An illustration of the back of a man.

The superficial muscles of the back.

Superficial Muscles of the Back

The superficial muscles of the back.

"The spinal column below the twelfth dorsal vertebra at <em>A</em> has been removed, as well as the various layers of the great muscles of the back. The two kidneys with the renal arteries and veins are plainly shown, in their normal positions. The relative positions of adjacent vessels and organs with their names printed upon them are also shown. <em>B</em>, portion of the diaphragm on the left side; <em>C</em>, receptaculum chyli; <em>D</em>, a part of the small intestine on the left side." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Vertical section of the back

"The spinal column below the twelfth dorsal vertebra at A has been removed, as well as the…

The process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other material. It usually involves attaching covers to the resulting text-block.

Book Binding

The process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other…

"When a new bird is seen, the observer should write an accurate description of it in his notebook, giving the length from the tip of the bill to the end of the tail; the color of the crown and sides of the head, back, wings, tail, breast, and belly; length, shape, and color of the bill; length, position and arrangement of the tail feathers; and the method of feeding and manner of flight as well as its characteristic song." &mdash; Davison, 1906

Labeled bird

"When a new bird is seen, the observer should write an accurate description of it in his notebook, giving…

The back of a boy

Boy

The back of a boy

An illustration of two men carrying small row boats on their back.

Carrying Boat

An illustration of two men carrying small row boats on their back.

A Chippendale-style chair with a ribbon back.

Chippendale Chair 1

A Chippendale-style chair with a ribbon back.

A decorative chair designed by Thomas Chippendale.

Chippendale Chair 1

A decorative chair designed by Thomas Chippendale.

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a "Louis Quinze" style.

Chippendale Chair 2

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a "Louis Quinze" style.

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a plain back style.

Chippendale Chair 3

A chair designed by Thomas Chippendale. The back of this chair has a plain back style.

The distribution of cutaneous nerves n the back of the trunk. On the left side the distribution of the several nerves is represented, the letters indicating their nomenclature. ACR.; Posterior supraclavicular branches from cervical plexus; CIRC: Cutaneous branches of axillary nerve; E.C.: Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, L.1: Lateral cutaneous branch of iliohypogastric nerve; S.1; Lateral branches of sacral nerves; T: T.1-12: Cutaneous branches of the posterior rami of the thoracic nerves. On the right side is a schematic representation of the areas supplied by the above nerves, the numeral and letter s indicate the spinal origins of the nerves distributed to each area.

Posterior View of the Cutaneous Nerves of Trunk

The distribution of cutaneous nerves n the back of the trunk. On the left side the distribution of the…

The distribution of the cutaneous nerves on the back of the trunk. On one side the distribution of the several nerves is represented, the letters indicating their nomenclature. Labels: G.O (C.2), great occipital; C.3, least occipital; T.1, et seq., posterior primary division of thoracic nerves; L.1, et seq., posterior primary divisions of first three lumbar nerves; S.1, et seq., posterior primary division of sacral nerves; Acr, acromial branches from cervical plexus; T.2-12, lateral branches of nerve; E.C, external cutaneous nerve; S.Sc, small sciatic nerve. One the other side a schematic representation is given of the areas supplied by the above nerves, the numeral indicating the spinal origin of the branches of distribution to each area.

Distribution of Cutaneous Nerves on the Back

The distribution of the cutaneous nerves on the back of the trunk. On one side the distribution of the…

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Dime.

Back of a Dime

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Dime.

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Dollar.

Back of a Dollar

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Dollar.

Frame used to frame tables, this is a small type design featuring shape.

Small Frame for Table Top

Frame used to frame tables, this is a small type design featuring shape.

General Edmund Pendleton Gaines was awarded the <em>Thanks of Congress</em>, an Act of Congress Gold Medal, for his service in the War of 1812.

General Gaines's Medal

General Edmund Pendleton Gaines was awarded the Thanks of Congress, an Act of Congress Gold…

An illustration of a girl facing away and holding hands behind her back.

Girl Facing Away & Holding Hands Behind Back

An illustration of a girl facing away and holding hands behind her back.

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Half Dollar.

Back of a Half Dollar

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Half Dollar.

A horse trained to run around a circus ring with a man standing on his back.

Circus Horse

A horse trained to run around a circus ring with a man standing on his back.

A figure on horseback.

Horseback rider

A figure on horseback.

A figure on horseback.

Horseback rider

A figure on horseback.

An illustration of a man facing the opposite direction.

Man

An illustration of a man facing the opposite direction.

Superficial and deep muscles of the trunk. The latissimus dorsi and trapezius on the right side have been cut away to expose the underlying muscles. Posterior View.

Posterior View of the Muscles of the Trunk

Superficial and deep muscles of the trunk. The latissimus dorsi and trapezius on the right side have…

Muscles of the back.

Back Muscles

Muscles of the back.

"One of the Deep Layers of Muscles of the Neck and the Back." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Muscles of the neck and back

"One of the Deep Layers of Muscles of the Neck and the Back." — Blaisedell, 1904

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Nickle.

Back of a Nickel

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Nickle.

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Penny.

Back of a Penny

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Penny.

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Quarter.

Back of a Quarter

An illustration of the reverse side of a U.S. Quarter.

A style of chair designed by Thomas Sheraton. This chair takes on a rectangular back.

Sheraton Chair 2

A style of chair designed by Thomas Sheraton. This chair takes on a rectangular back.

"The <em>spine</em> or backbone, serves as a support for the whole body. It is made up of a number of seperate bones called vertebrae, between which are placed elastic pads, or cushions, of cartilage." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Spinal column

"The spine or backbone, serves as a support for the whole body. It is made up of a number of…

Dissection of the spleen, liver, and kidneys from behind.

Spleen, Liver, and Kidneys

Dissection of the spleen, liver, and kidneys from behind.

The serious, solemn, and awe-inspiring efect which the general arrangement of the temple produces is maintained by the smaller details, while the slanting form of the outer walls gives the temple an appearance of solidity and isolation. On this account, and especially owing to its simple unbroken lines, the exterior although monotonous and heavy, is still imposing. The chief peculiarity in the construction of these buildings is that they produce the effect of being composed of an agglomeration of separate parts, which resemble on another, but become smaller and smaller towards the rear of the structure.

Back View of the Temple of Philæ

The serious, solemn, and awe-inspiring efect which the general arrangement of the temple produces is…

A profile and back illustration of a young woman wearing a hat.

Woman with Hat (Profile and Back)

A profile and back illustration of a young woman wearing a hat.