Throughout the 18th and early 19th century, surgeons and their students sought increased access to anatomy. But with legal supplies of corpses limited, where could they get their subjects from?
A talk about the men who supplied the dissecting rooms of London from the graves of the city, the tricks of the their trade and the stories of their gruesome work, all in the dark atmosphere of the Old Operating Theatre.
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