The human body by Andreas Vesalius, 1543 – one of 100 diagrams that changed the world
In the 16th century, people had very developed gluteus maximus muscles, because they had to walk everywhere. But life expectancy was low, on account of not having skin.
“You can do back bends or sit ups, but please don’t lose that butt” –Andreas Vesalius, 1543
It’s officially Christmastime.