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    • 7-Part Eye Model, 3 Times Full-Size 

      3B Scientific (2-12)
      This model shows the optic nerve in its natural position in the bony orbit of the eye (floor and medial wall). At three times life size this eye model is great for anatomical demonstrations. The tear duct is NOT depicted. ...
    • Human Eye in Orbit model 

      Eisco (2-12)
      Enlarged 3 times life size, this model includes a dissectible eye and the bony orbit of the skull. The upper half eye ball is removable and dissects into 6 parts showing all anatomical details. Shows the six muscles ...
    • Functional Hip Joint model 

      Sam Billiards (2-12)
      Functional hip joint model with ligaments shows the anatomy and possible physiological movements of the human hip joint in exceptional detail. This mode clearly demonstrates abduction, anteversion, retroversion, internal ...
    • Female Pelvis with Floor Muscles model 

      (2-12)
      Includes female pelvic bone and two removable parts of the female perineum (pelvic floor muscles).
    • Agenda: University Assessment Symposium 2018 

      Creighton Teaching and Learning Center (Creighton University, Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment. Omaha, Nebraska, 10/2)
    • Closing the Loop: Using Assessment Data 

      Coppard, Brenda (. Creighton University, Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment, 10/2)
      Program & Class-Level Improvements:| -Setting faculty priorities|-Securing resources for professional development|-Improving student support services|-Revising curriculum, courses & assignments|-Informing program reviews ...
    • Mortar and pestle formed from a red rock (unidentified) by the Anasazi American Indians 

      Unknown author (1400)
      Mortar and pestle formed from a red rock (unidentified) by the Anasazi American Indians circa 1400. 4" height and 8 5/8" diameter on mortar and 6 3/4" length on pestle.
    • Der Edelstein 

      Boner, Ulrich; Fouquet-Plümacher, Doris (Müller and SchindlerOriginal: Albrecht Pfister; Reproduction: Verlag Müller und Schindler/Buchdruckerei Holzer. Original: Bamberg; Reproduction: Stuttgart, 1461)
      This book was my bible for a month in the summer of 2009 as I prepared a paper for the Renard Society on Boner's Der Edelstein. Actually, I had scanned the facsimile into my computer before I left. Then in Mannheim I ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      Aesop (Dover Publications. NYNew York, 1476)
      Here is the second generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50. It will go up at least twice more in my history of collecting it, though I found this copy for half-price. As I ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      No Author (Dover. NY, 1476)
      This is an extra copy in very good condition of the second generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50. It will go up at least twice more in my history of collecting it, though ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      No Author (Dover. NY, 1476)
      Here is an unusual member of the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has, as in the case of other books in this fourth generation, gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75 to 2.95. The difference is ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      No Author (Dover. NY, 1476)
      Here is the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75 to 2.95. As I mentioned about the original publication, the book is valuable because of the nicely enlarged ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      No Author (Dover. NY, 1476)
      This is the second of two extra copies of the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75 to 2.95. As I mentioned about the original publication, the book is ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      No Author (Dover. NY, 1476)
      This is the first of two extra copies of the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75 to 2.95. As I mentioned about the original publication, the book is ...
    • Aesop's Fables Coloring Book 

      No Author (Dover. NY, 1476)
      Here is the third generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75. It will go up at least once more in my history of collecting it. As I mentioned about the original ...
    • Aesopus: Vita et Fabulae Ulm 1476 (Faksimile) 

      No Author (Edition Libri Illustri Verlag. Ludwigsburg, 1476)
      I never thought we would have a copy of this wonderful book in the collection. From the time I first saw subscriptions being invited, I feared it would always be beyond our means. Prayers do get answered! This is a ...
    • Aesop: Subtyll Historyes and Fables of Esope Westminster 1483 

      Caxton, William (Da Capo Press, Plenum Publishing Corporation. NY, 1483)
      The reproductions are not at all as good as in the Scolar Press edition. The lack of a title page and of more bibliographical information is surprising in so lovely a book.
    • Aesop's Fables in William Caxton's Original Illustrated Edition 

      Aesop; Caxton, William; Gascoigne, Bamber; Gascoigne, Christina (Hamish Hamilton Ltd.. London, 1484)
      This book of 37 fables has two very positive features: the coloring of Caxton's (primitive) woodcuts and the faithful rendition of his text with modern spelling and orthography. Different: the ox also steps on the expanding ...
    • Aesop's Fables in William Caxton's Original Illustrated Edition 

      No Author (Hamish Hamilton Ltd.. London, 1484)
      Here is an extra copy of this book. This book of 37 fables has two very positive features: the coloring of Caxton's (primitive) woodcuts and the faithful rendition of his text with modern spelling and orthography. ...
    • The History and Fables of Aesop 

      Caxton, William (Scolar Press. London, 1484)
      A wonderfully reproduced book. The text can use the help of Jacobs' later reprinting. The 186 woodcuts (many for the life of Esope ) have their own charm but are distinctly inferior to the Ulm woodcuts from which they ...