Surgical knife, Roman, 199 BCE-400 CE

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Surgical knife, Roman, 199 BCE-400 CE. The bronze handle of this surgical knife was designed to be held between the thumb and the first two fingers, similar to holding a modern scalpel. Unfortunately, the tip of the knife is missing. Contributors: Science Museum, London. Work ID: gpj62bvv.

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