Isagogae breves per lucidae by Jacopo Berengario da Carpi featuring an illustration of a keleton standing with its back showing holding a skull in each upraised hand. National Museum of Medicine, Bologna, Isagogae breues, perlucidae ac uberrimae, in anatomiam humani corporis a communi medicorum academia usitatam, 1523 (https://pinterest.com/pin/287386019947522227). Enlarge: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/287386019945959739
An illustration from Fasiculo de Medicina by Johannes de Ketham the first printed book to contain anatomical illustrations. Here a professor reads an anatomy text aloud while a barber-surgeon performs the autopsy.