Human body showing arteries and viscera from a manuscript attr. to Shikastah-Nastaliqca, XIIX. This anatomical drawing is thought to be a copy of an illustration from the Tashrih bi al-Taswir / Illustrated Anatomy by a late XIV physician Mansur ibn Ilyas.
Page 163 of Andreas Vesalius' De corporis humani fabrica libri septem, featuring the illustrated woodcut of a skeleton, frontal view, full-length leaning against a shovel with its right arm and the left arm slightly extended.
The venous system, with figure drawn frontally and the internal organs indicated in opaque watercolors. From The Anatomy of the Human Body (Tashrih-i badan-i insan) written in Persian at the end of the century by Mansur ibn Ilyas.