Ancient Roman Bronze Roman bronze small medical tools 100 - 300 AD - (4)

Description
Ancient Roman Bronze Roman bronze small medical tools 100 - 300 AD - (4)
100-300 AD

Set of Roman small medical tools 4 pieces

Deriving their knowledge in from conquered areas, the Romans devised one of the best and most sophisticated medical systems of the ancient world.

The Roman army had permanent doctors and military hospitals, with one usually placed in each fort.

Medical knowledge and practice were advanced for the time, and the ancient Romans made progress in many areas.

The Romans encouraged the provision of public health facilities throughout the Empire. Their medicine developed from the needs of the battlefield.

The set consists of:

1 x Bronze ear-probe
1 x Bronze acus pin
1 x Bronze small scoop dicula
1 x Bronze denture pin

Important information;

Provenance:

Bought In 2020 in the UK from antique dealer AHL. Company details are known to Catawiki. Documentation is located at dealer. Store is an official dealer and registered at the Chamber of Commerce

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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Roman
Material
Bronze
Number of objects
4
Object
Roman bronze small medical tools 100 - 300 AD
Century/ Timeframe
100-300 AD
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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