Tribal medicine, Algeria, 1838

Tribal medicine, Algeria, 1838

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Caption: Algerian tribal medicine. 19th century artwork of an Algerian village witch doctor casting a horoscope for a sick boy using pieces of salt (bottom centre). This artwork, from 1838 by the French artist Theodore Leblanc, is now in the Bibliotheque Nationale de France (BNF).

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