But now I've mentioned what Fallopius
gave to the world, I'm not about to labour the point.
The first documented description and trial of a condom was in the 16th century when Italian anatomist Gabrielle Fallopius
claimed to have made a linen condom to protect against syphilis.
Dulaurens also rejects the notion that "the clitoris of Fallopius
or Tentigo of the ancients" might be considered a version of the penis -- their difference in structure is salient.
In 1564, Italian anatomist Fallopius
created a condom of linen for the prevention of venereal disease.
The sheath is invented by Gabriello Fallopius
, Professor of Anatomy at the University of Padua, Italy, to protect against VD.