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Human dissection, albeit in very different fashion (without the dissectors' hands touching the cadaver--touching the dead human body was forbidden by religious laws), might already have been carried out in India as early as the sixth century BC.
A BUNCH of first-year medical students were in their first anatomy class with a real dead human body.
THERE'S THIS "JUST A SHELL" THEORY OF HOW WE OUGHT TO relate to a dead human body.