Back view of a man. On one lateral the names of the parts are given in English, on the other in Latin.

Back View of the Parts of the Human Body Labeled in English and Latin

Back view of a man. On one lateral the names of the parts are given in English, on the other in Latin.

Front view of a man in the anatomical position. On one lateral half the parts are labeled in English, on the other in Latin. The right upper limb is drawn away from the trunk in the order to show the arm more fully than is possible when it hangs perpendicularly.

Front View of the Parts of the Human Body Labeled in English and Latin

Front view of a man in the anatomical position. On one lateral half the parts are labeled in English,…

This wine cooler is richly designed on all sides. It has bacchanalian (God of festivities) busts on all corners and a figure of Hibernia (classic Latin name for Ireland) on the very top.

Wine Cooler

This wine cooler is richly designed on all sides. It has bacchanalian (God of festivities) busts on…

The three fates of Greek Mythology were three sisters who spun the thread of life named Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos. "Clotho spun the thread of life; Lachesis decided its fate, and Atropos with her great shears cut the thread." -Foster, 1921

Fates

The three fates of Greek Mythology were three sisters who spun the thread of life named Clotho, Lachesis,…

"Sylvanus and Faunus were Latin divinities, whose characteristics are so nearly the same as Pan that we may safely consider them as the same personage under different names." —Bulfinch, 1897

Faunus

"Sylvanus and Faunus were Latin divinities, whose characteristics are so nearly the same as Pan that…

The Greek Alphabet.

Greek Alphabet

The Greek Alphabet.

The Latin Evangeliarum rosette band is an 8th century design of a flower. It was designed by Godescald for Charlemagne (Charles the Great).

Latin Evangeliarum Rosette Band

The Latin Evangeliarum rosette band is an 8th century design of a flower. It was designed by Godescald…

"Sarcophagus, plural Sarcophagi, is a kind of stone used among the Greeks for making coffins, and so called because it was believed to have the property of consuming the flesh of dead bodies deposited in it within a few weeks. Hence a coffin or tomb of stone; a kind of stone chest used for containing a dead body. In modern times stone coffins are occasionally used for royal or distinguished persons."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Sarcophagus of Scipio

"Sarcophagus, plural Sarcophagi, is a kind of stone used among the Greeks for making coffins, and so…