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Carbonelli room


Place where the object is located
Located in the Museum of Sanitary Arts of the Santo Spirito Hospital
Story of the object
The Carbonelli room is a historical collection of microscopes and surgical instruments of various ages.
Unit of the Educational Material connected (4 - 2)
Label
In the Carbonelli room of the Museum there are microscopes of various ages and sizes, numerous apothecary jars, Roman ointment jars, matulas, bloodletting cups, obstetrical instruments from the Lateran Hospital, showcases containing eighteenth century herbaria and a rich array of surgical instruments. There is also the wooden chair that belonged to Lancisi from which he gave lessons in medicine and anatomy to the hospital's doctors.