Fossilized horse(?) teeth, Dragon's teeth, used to
Fossilized horse(?) teeth, Dragon's teeth, used to cure acute mania, in glass topped display box, from Hong Kong, Chinese, about 2,000 000 BC to 500,000 BC
- Materia Medica & Pharmacology
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- teeth archaeology (pleistocene), ethnography (chinese), geology, pharmacy (materia medica), archaeology (pleistocene), dragons' teeth, ethnography (chinese), fossils, geology, lung ch'im, pharmacy (materia medica), teeth
- Hawk, J.
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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