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Ancient Roman and Greek surgical instruments (A-G)

Ancient Roman and Greek surgical instruments (A-G): A) Speculum, bronze, encrusted. Double, simple. Roman 6 1/8" long; B)Model of Graeco-Roman canula in bronze; C)Bronze model of Graeco-Roman catheta; D) Model of trocar. Graeco-Roman. Bronze; E) Case, bronze, cylindrical 4" long (split). Found at Treves, Germany; F)No information; G) Canula, bronze, encrusted, Roman 5 1/4"long.

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Keywords: ancient medicine; Museum Material; surgical instruments: greek : roman

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  • Library reference: Museum No. 7930/1936, Museum No. 7844/1936, Museum No. 7881/1936, Museum No. 7842/1936, Museum No. 9938/1936, Museum No. 9843/1936 and Museum No. 7927/1936
  • Photo number: L0009951


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