"The principal muscles are seen on the left, and superficial veins on the right." — Blaisedell, 1904

Principal Organs of the Thorax and Abdomen

"The principal muscles are seen on the left, and superficial veins on the right." — Blaisedell, 1904

"Organs in the body cavity viewed from the front." —Davison, 1910

Organs of the body cavity

"Organs in the body cavity viewed from the front." —Davison, 1910

"Central organs of the circulaion, gills, and renal organs of Sepia officinalis. a, aorta; v, vena cava; v' visceral veins; c, systemic heart; d, dilatations of branchial veins on entering the heart; e, branchial hearts; b, branchiae; r, renal organs." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Cuttlefish Organs

"Central organs of the circulaion, gills, and renal organs of Sepia officinalis. a, aorta; v, vena cava;…

"Showing the Relations of the Stomach, Liver, Intestines, Spleen, and other Organs of the Abdomen. <em>A</em>duodenum</em>; <em>B</em>, upper end of the small intestine; <em>C</em>, lower end of the small intestine; <em>D</em>, caecum; <em>E</em>, bladder. The liver and stomach are drawn up and portions of the lower intesting have been cut away." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Digestive system

"Showing the Relations of the Stomach, Liver, Intestines, Spleen, and other Organs of the Abdomen. Aduodenum;…

"Frog with the left side cut away and some of the organs pulled downward. a, aorta leading from the ventricle; b, bladder; c, spinal cord surrounded by the vertebral column of bone; d, small intestine; e, opening of the lungs into the pharynx; h, ventricle of the heart; k, kidney; l, lung; liv, liver; n, brain; ov, ovary; ovd, oviduct; p, pancreas; r, rectum; sp, spleen; st, stomach; t, tongue; si, small intestine; u, left auricle; ur, ureter; v, vena cava; vc, body of vertebra." &mdash;Davison, 1906

Dissected Frog

"Frog with the left side cut away and some of the organs pulled downward. a, aorta leading from the…

The eye of a common owl. The length from the anterior to posterior diameter lengthened.

Bird Eye

The eye of a common owl. The length from the anterior to posterior diameter lengthened.

The eye of a fish. The anterior to posterior diameter has been decreased.

Fish Eye

The eye of a fish. The anterior to posterior diameter has been decreased.

1, the sclerotic thicker behind than in front; 2, the cornea; 3, the choriod; 6, the iris; 7, the pupil; 8, the retina; 10, the anterior chamber of the eye; 11, the posterior chamber; 12, the crystalline lens, enclosed in its capsule; 13, the vitreous humour, enclosed in the hyaloid membrane and in cells formed in its interior by that membrae; 15, the sheath; and 16, the interior of the optic nerve, in the centre of which is a small artery.

Human Eye

1, the sclerotic thicker behind than in front; 2, the cornea; 3, the choriod; 6, the iris; 7, the pupil;…

c, ciliary nerves going to be distributed in iris; d, smaller ciliary nerve; e, veins known as vasa vorticosa; h, ciliary ligament and muscle; k,l, converging fibres of iris; o, optic nerve.

Human Eye

c, ciliary nerves going to be distributed in iris; d, smaller ciliary nerve; e, veins known as vasa…

The iris and adjacent structures seen from behind. 1, the divided edge of the three coats, the choroid being the dark intermediate one; 2, the pupil; 3, the posterior surface of the iris; 4, the ciliary processes; 5, the scalloped anterior border of the retina.

Human Eye

The iris and adjacent structures seen from behind. 1, the divided edge of the three coats, the choroid…

"The blind Handel being led to the organ." &mdash; Cooke, 1910

George Frederick Handel

"The blind Handel being led to the organ." — Cooke, 1910

The harmonium is a type of keyboard instrument similar to an organ. The sound is produced by air using foot or hand operated bellows, producing a sound similar to an organ.

Harmonium

The harmonium is a type of keyboard instrument similar to an organ. The sound is produced by air using…

"a, head, antennae, &c; b, pharynx; c, crop; d, gizzard; e, chyle-forming stomach; f, biliary vessels; g, small intestine; h, secreting organs" &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Digestive Apparatus of an Insect

"a, head, antennae, &c; b, pharynx; c, crop; d, gizzard; e, chyle-forming stomach; f, biliary vessels;…

"Principal Muscles on the Right, Certain Organs of the Chest and Abdomen, and the Larger Blood Vessels on the Left." — Blaisedell, 1904

Muscles and Blood Vessels

"Principal Muscles on the Right, Certain Organs of the Chest and Abdomen, and the Larger Blood Vessels…

The muscles of the eyeball, the view being taken from the outer side of the right orbit.

Eye Muscles

The muscles of the eyeball, the view being taken from the outer side of the right orbit.

1, cartilage of the upper eyelid; 2, its lower border, showing the openings of the Meibomian glands; 3, the cartilage of the lower eyelids, also showing its border the openings of the Meibomian glands; 4, 5, the lachrymal glands; 6, its ducts; 7, the plica semilunaris; 8, the caruneula lachrymal canals; 10,11, the superior and inferior lachrymal canals; 12, the lachrymal sac; 13, the nasal duct, terminating at 14 in the lower meatus of the nose.

Eye Muscles

1, cartilage of the upper eyelid; 2, its lower border, showing the openings of the Meibomian glands;…

An instrument consisting of a number of pipes that sound tones when supplied with air and a keyboard that operates a mechanism controlling the flow of air to the pipes

Organ

An instrument consisting of a number of pipes that sound tones when supplied with air and a keyboard…

Banks of keys- Boards at Saint-Sulpice. An instrument consisting of a number of pipes that sound tones when supplied with air and a keyboard that operates a mechanism controlling the flow of air to the pipes

Organ

Banks of keys- Boards at Saint-Sulpice. An instrument consisting of a number of pipes that sound tones…

An illustration of two men playing the organ.

Organ

An illustration of two men playing the organ.

An illustration of two men playing the organ.

Organ

An illustration of two men playing the organ.

An illustration of a woman playing the organ and a horn.

Woman Playing Organ and Horn

An illustration of a woman playing the organ and a horn.

An illustration of organ pipes.

Organ Pipe

An illustration of organ pipes.

"Procure an open organ-pipe, at least one side of which is made of glass. While the pipe is emitting its fundamental tone, lower a small ring with a paper bottom, on which a little fine sand has been strewn, as shown. Just inside the upper part of the pipel, the sand dances...its motion becoming less energetic as the ring approaches the middle of the pipe." -Avery 1895

Organ Pipe

"Procure an open organ-pipe, at least one side of which is made of glass. While the pipe is emitting…

"The pancreas, partly cut away, so as to show the duct, which collects the pancreatic juice, and empties it into the duodenum." &mdash; Tracy, 1888

Pancreas

"The pancreas, partly cut away, so as to show the duct, which collects the pancreatic juice, and empties…

A cross sectional view of an organ flue pipe. The compressed air is sent through A. As the air enters through the pipe, the lip, D, cuts the air. This produces sound for the organ.

Cross Sectional View of Organ Flue Pipe

A cross sectional view of an organ flue pipe. The compressed air is sent through A. As the air enters…

A primative musical instrument consisting of a graduated series of tubes of cane, wood, metal, or stone, closed at the lower end.

Pan Pipes

A primative musical instrument consisting of a graduated series of tubes of cane, wood, metal, or stone,…

A primative musical instrument consisting of a graduated series of tubes of cane, wood, metal, or stone, closed at the lower end.

Pan Pipes

A primative musical instrument consisting of a graduated series of tubes of cane, wood, metal, or stone,…

"Diagrammatic vertical section of the head and proboscis of a mosquito. l, labium bent as when the other parts pierce the skin; p, pumping organ; o, hypopharynx through which is a channel for the exit of the secretion of the poison and salivary glands pn and s; d, exit for poison and saliva; m, maxilla; ma, mandible; la, labrum below which is the channel conducting the food from the inlet at n; st, stomach." &mdash;Davison, 1906

Proboscis

"Diagrammatic vertical section of the head and proboscis of a mosquito. l, labium bent as when the other…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Organ Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

A small portable organ played with the figures of the right hand, the left being used in working the bellows. It was much used during the 16th and 17th centuries.

Regal

A small portable organ played with the figures of the right hand, the left being used in working the…

"The renal organs, viewed from behind. R, right kidney; A, aorta; Ar, right renal artery; Vc, inferior vena cava; Vr, right renal vein; U, right ureter; Vu, bladder; Ua, commencement of urethra." &mdash;Martin, 1917

Renal Organs

"The renal organs, viewed from behind. R, right kidney; A, aorta; Ar, right renal artery; Vc, inferior…

The retina of a human eye stretched out vertical.

Eye Retina

The retina of a human eye stretched out vertical.

A famous church in Paris

St. Sulpice

A famous church in Paris

"The stomach is a half-gallon sac, with an outer wall of muscle lined within by mucous membrane, made largely of gastric glands of which there are more than a million. These glands, each consisting of a tube with several branches, give out daily three quarts of gastric juice to dissolve the lean meat and other like foods." &mdash;Davison, 1910

Stomach

"The stomach is a half-gallon sac, with an outer wall of muscle lined within by mucous membrane, made…

Organ found in Genesis 4:21

Ugar

Organ found in Genesis 4:21