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Medical Practice in Antiquity Room

Base for a dedication depicting medical instruments It was found in `1877 in the Asclepieion of Athens and is dated around 320 BC. The dimensions of the...
Bronze cauterizing probe Bronze cauterizing probe, Roman, 199 BCE-500 CE. Credit: Science Museum, London. Attribution 4.0 Int...
Bronze cup Bronze cupping cup, ancient Greece, 400-100 BCE. Credit: Science Museum, London. Attribution 4.0 Int...
Clay model of sheep’s liver for divination Clay model of a sheep's liver, Babylonian Temple School. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4....
Human skull with trepanations, Grave No. 7997, Akanthos, Greece Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities. Photo provided by the Laboratory of Physical Anth...
Reconstructed Hippocratic stretching bench The bench is a property of the Hippocratic Foundation of Cos. The photo was taken by Stephanos Gerou...
Reset of vertebrae from illuminated manuscript Codex Laurentianae Med. Graec. Plut. 74.7, folio 203v 9th – 10th century AD The codex was found in...
Skeletons of women with fractured knees and refined dental prostheses Skeletons of women with fractured knees and dental prostheses refined, from the Collatina Necropolis...
The child of Fidene Perfectly preserved skeleton of a child from the 2nd century A.D. Preserved under a case that stabil...
The four temperaments The four temperaments, from Lavater, Essays on physiognomy, 1789. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Publi...
Title page of the 1st edition of Hippocratic texts by Aldus Manutius Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, & Andreae Asulani soceri, Mense maii 1526. Physical description: 6 u...
Use of Seisis for reset of the spine from illuminated manuscript Codex Laurentianae Med. Graec. Plut. 74.7, folio 203v 9th – 10th century AD The codex was found in...