The new book of Theo Dirix entitled “In Search of Andreas Vesalius – THE QUEST FOR HIS GRAVE LOST AND NOT YET FOUND”, is available for you to read.
In this sequel to “In Search of Andreas Vesalius: The Quest for the Lost Grave” (2014), diplomat, author, lecturer and taphophile, Theo Dirix, documents the next phase of a mission to locate the grave of the father of modern anatomy, Andreas Vesalius.
It is a truly captivating story (a Live Adventure!) written in a fascinating, passionate and inspiring way. Theo Dirix, with his unique style is describing facts from his adventure to locate the grave of Vesalius and he is mentioning with great respect all his collaborators, the friends of Vesalius and those who share the same passion for Anatomy and Art. Privileged and honoured that MEDinART is mentioned in several parts of this book!
About the Book: In this sequel to In Search of Andreas Vesalius: The Quest for the Lost Grave (2014), diplomat and taphophile Theo Dirix documents the next phase of a mission to locate the grave of the father of modern anatomy. This collection of articles produced online and in journals between 2014 and 2017 is enclosed with chapters of a more personal nature, giving us insight into both the highlights and frustrations of Dirix’s journey. The Quest for His Grave, Lost and Not Yet Found is a tribute to both its subject, Vesalius, and to the tenacity of the team that continues to ensure that the story of the famed 16th-century Flemish anatomist is told accurately.
About the Author: Theo Dirix’s stay in Greece from 2011 to 2015 was just one of seven diplomatic posts in a career that has spanned almost 30 years. He has never stopped writing travel stories (mainly about graves). As his wanderlust finally begins to fade, he may embark on a quest of a different kind – one in search of home. Website of Theo Dirix.
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