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El-Lazien in situ: clamp used during Kordajan circumcision

El-Lazien in situ: clamp used during Kordajan circumcision. Anglo Egyptian, Sudan. The clamp serves to hold the prepuce and exclude the glans during circumcision

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Keywords: non-european cultures; ancient medicine; Ethnography

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  • Library reference: PHO No. 10722
  • Photo number: M0005680


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