- Bar·to·lom·me·o [bahr-taw-lawm-me-aw] /ˌbɑr tɔ lɔmˈmɛ ɔ/, 1524?–1574, Italian anatomist.
Latin Eu·sta·chi·us [yoo-stey-kee-uh s] /yuˈsteɪ ki əs/.
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Eustachio had a character, but no parts; Leonardo had parts, but no character.
And, withdrawing a curtain, he disclosed the figure of Eustachio.
Never had Leonardo been so cogent, or Eustachio so pathetic.
Leonardo and Eustachio expressed their readiness to submit their credit with their fellow-citizens to any reasonable trial.
Benedetto was Manto's lover; Eustachio her father's friend; Leonardo his creditor.
Eustachio(yu-stä′kē-ō, ĕ′ōō-stä′kyō)Bartolomeo 1520-1574
- Italian anatomist. A founder of modern anatomy, he is noted for his descriptions of the human ear and heart.
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