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The neuroanatomy of Juan Valverde de Amusco and medicine at the time of the Spanish renaissance
Juan Valverde de Amusco (c. 1525-c. 1564) is considered to have been the most important Spanish anatomist of the XVI century. A follower of Vesalius, he increased and divulged knowledge of anatomy
[Pareidolia in Beato de Liébana's illuminated Visigothic codes].
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It is demonstrated that the first History's graphic representation of a pareidolia phenomenon is found in the miniature Visigoth Hispanic manuscripts known as Beatos, and it is concluded that Baltasar suffered from the pareilolia phenomenon, graphically represented by the first time in History in the Beatos.
MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF HYBRD SIOI-PMMA COATINGS MEASURED BY NANOINDENTATION
Hybrid coatings of silica-polymethylmethacrylate were prepared by a modified sol-gel process using different molar relationships for TE0S:MMA and constant quantities (0.5 M in relation to TEOS) of