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Artificial anatomy of the human eye made up of twelve separate pieces. Originally invented by a student from Germany at the College of Physicians at Padua, this object was bought by Bargrave from a "High Dutch Turner" in Venice. The eye casing is wood and contains the human eye in separate parts all made from ivory and horn. A very high degree of skill was clearly involved in its construction. Some parts are as thin as egg shell.