Dentistry, 14th-century manuscript

Dentistry, 14th-century manuscript

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Caption: Dentistry. 14th-century manuscript illustration of a dentist, with silver forceps and a necklace of large teeth, extracting a man's tooth. The text is in Latin. This illustration is from the encyclopedia 'Omne Bonum', compiled in London in the period 1360-1375.

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