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Philipshill Road, G76 9HR
Edinburgh Castle, EH1 2NG
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Anatomical drawing of the top half of a human from the back with skin partially pulled away to reveal muscle and veins underneath.
Explore the history of anatomical study, from artistic explorations by Leonardo da Vinci to the Burke and Hare murders.
Enjoy a fresh look at some of the themes of our exhibition 'Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life', explored through a programme ranging from physical performances to engaging bite-size talks.
Various museum objects
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Fan in European Styles
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Titanium (Ti), an element found in rutile, is used to make mobile phone cases.
This sample of rutile can be found in the Earth in Space gallery, on Level 1 of the National Museum of Scotland.
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