From an early-1400s medical text made in England: an illustration showing the different types of foetal presentations during birth.
Kind of hilarious to see that the artist didn’t really know how to draw babies. It sort of looks like the artist just drew really tiny adults instead.
If you are interested (Of course you are! History kicks ass!), there are a few more illustrations here: Sloane 2463 Manuscript – British Library
Source: [British Library – Sloane 2463 f. 217]