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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autopsia
Literary usage of Autopsia
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Post-mortem Pathology: A Manual of Post-mortem Examinations and the by Henry Ware Cattell (1903)
"... and necro- scopic; Italian, autopsia, ... Spanish, autopsia; Greek, auro^ ; Latin, autopsia, necropsia, ..."
2. Theurgia, Or, The Egyptian Mysteries by Iamblichus, Alexander Wilder (1911)
"The spirits at the autopsia, the demons and half-gods,* both of them possess ... This is the autopsia, or Personal inspection, the Crown of Mysteries, ..."
3. The Mysteries of Freemasonry: Or, An Exposition of the Religious Dogmas and by John Fellows (1877)
"autopsia. " The autopsia, or the seeing with their own ... was what the mysteries called autopsia. • The cloud and thick darkness are dispersed ; and the ..."