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Needle

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Material Information

Title:
Needle
Alternate title:
Bodkin
Physical Description:
1 needle : copper alloy ; 7.4 x 0.5-0.1 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Medical instruments and apparatus   ( lcsh )
Pins and needles   ( lcsh )
Genre:
Needles (Piercing tools)   ( aat )
Needles (Piercing tools)   ( aat )

Notes

Abstract:
The greenish-brown metal object has a sharp end, an eye forged at the midsection and a rounded end. The object maintains a round cross-section throughout. The shaft bulges on either side of the eye, which is clear of debris. The object has 30 bands inscribed from the blunt end to 0.5 cm. below the eye.
Citation/Reference:
John Stewart Milne, Surgical instruments in Greek and Roman times,
Citation/Reference:
Lawrence J. Bliquez, Roman surgical instruments
General Note:
Box number: 05.
General Note:
Item number: 002.
General Note:
Discovery location: Eastern Mediterranean region.
General Note:
View description: Front view.
General Note:
Condition: Excellent.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
usfldc doi - R30-00002
usfldc handle - r30.2
NEW
System ID:
SFS0004659:00001

Full Text
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Bodkin
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1 needle :
b copper alloy ;
7.4 x 0.5-0.1 cm.
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copper alloy
3.8 grams
d cast
worked
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Box number: 05.
Item number: 002.
Discovery location: Eastern Mediterranean region.
View description: Front view.
4 510
John Stewart Milne, Surgical instruments in Greek and Roman times,
p. 75ff.
Lawrence J. Bliquez, Roman surgical instruments
p. 205, no. A14.
520
The greenish-brown metal object has a sharp end, an eye forged at the midsection and a rounded end. The object maintains a round cross-section throughout. The shaft bulges on either side of the eye, which is clear of debris. The object has 30 bands inscribed from the blunt end to 0.5 cm. below the eye.
Condition: Excellent.
650
Medical instruments and apparatus.
Pins and needles.
7 655
Needles (Piercing tools)
aat
1 773
t Farid Karam M.D. Lebanon Antiquities Collection
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