Martin Schurig  

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"Of all the learned physicians or surgeons who have written upon the physical connection of the sexes, no one has treated the subject so thoroughly, or brought together so many curious, interesting and extraordinary details as Dr. Martin Schurig."--Centuria Librorum Absconditorum (1879) by Henry Spencer Ashbee

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Martin Schurig (1656–1733) was the first physician to occupy himself with the anatomy of the sexual organs. He is known for his Spermatologia Historico-Medica, often known simply as Spermatologia, published in 1720. Havelock Ellis quotes freely from his works.

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