By the seventeenth century, anatomy theatres were an integral part of university training for physicians. The theatre was augmented by the botanical garden and chemical laboratory. Leiden featured stellar examples of all three. Notice here that the science of anatomy is still surrounded by both biological specimens and religious and moral emblems. Note the different animal skeletons provided for comparative anatomy as well as the mounted figure symbolizing the vanity of human glory and the skeletons of Adam and Eve at the apple tree in the foreground.