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Skeletons of women with fractured knees and refined dental prostheses


Place where the object is located
Preserved in the Museum of the History of Medicine in Rome.
Story of the object
Skeleton of women with fractured knees and refined dental prostheses
Unit of the Educational Material connected (2 - 1)
Label
Skeletons of women with fractured knees and dental prostheses refined, from the Collatina Necropolis one of the largest in Rome with 2300 tombs dated from the first century to the third century AD Imperial terracotta votive offerings between I and II sec. a. C. in the shape of foot, hand, uterus and breasts that symbolize the prayer to the gods for the healing of painful limbs.