Anatomical fugitive sheet (female) with movable flaps which can be raised to show cut-outs of the viscera attached beneath. With accessory figures, including one of newborn infant, and explanatory text in Latin on the right, 1573.
St. Paul here is sporting a ginormous two handed sword. He'd better know how to use it since he's not very pleasant as a person, IMHO. Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619) The Apostle Saint Paul. This engraving is after Maarten de Vos and currently held in the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen