File:Medieval dentistry.jpg

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Miniature on a initial 'D' with a scene representing teeth ("dentes"). A dentist with silver forceps and a necklace of large teeth, extracting the tooth of a seated man.

  • Title (of the book): Omne Bonum
  • Author: Palmer, James le
  • Location: England - London
  • Date: 1360-1375
  • Language: Latin

Losslessly adapted from: http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/textsearch?text=medieval&y=0&x=0&&idx=1&startid=6696


Deutsch: Verzierung in der Initiale „D“ aus Omne bonum von Jakobus dem Engländer: Zahnarzt mit Silberzange und Halskette aus großen Zähnen bei der Zahnextraktion eines sitzenden Mannes. London, 1360–1375 (British Library, Royal 6 E VI, fol. 503v)

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