Human Tibia Bone

Made:
1855-1900 in France

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Left tibia from an adult male. (Can tell from the bone that he squatted a lot!). Overhead view of whole object against
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Left tibia from an adult male. (Can tell from the bone that he squatted a lot!). Front 3/4 view of whole object
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Left tibia from an adult male. (Can tell from the bone that he squatted a lot!). Front 3/4 detail view of syringe
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Left tibia bone from an adult human male, used at the artistic anatomy class taught by Dr. Paul Ferdinand Gachet (1828-1909), France, 1855-1900.

Details

Category:
Anatomy & Pathology
Object Number:
A55227 Pt3
type:
human remains
taxonomy:
credit:
Wellcome Trust
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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