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@julianpharrison "Ready steady take aim. Now!"  (image @BLMedieval Sloane MS 1975 f. 85v) https://t.co/x4auyNcvY3

@julianpharrison "Ready steady take aim. Now!" (image @BLMedieval Sloane MS 1975 f. 85v) https://t.co/x4auyNcvY3

Even with one head it  is hard to decide where to go. HeidelbergUB Cpg833

Johan Oosterman on

Even with one head it is hard to decide where to go. HeidelbergUB Cpg833

Possibly Johannes De Ketham

Possibly Johannes De Ketham by MotionAge Designs

Operation on patient's skull, (Detail) The second miniature of a set of six showing the stages of an operation for a compound fracture of the skull. Image taken from Chirurgia. Originally published in France (near Amiens); 1300-1310.

Operation On Patient's Skull

Operation on patient's skull, (Detail) The second miniature of a set of six showing the stages of an operation for a compound fracture of the skull. Image taken from Chirurgia. Originally published in France (near Amiens); 1300-1310.

An illustration from the Middle Ages showing a physician and his patient during a bloodletting procedure.  Bloodletting was common in medicine until the late 19th century, and it was believed that eliminating "bad blood" cured many diseases.

An illustration from the Middle Ages showing a physician and his patient during a bloodletting procedure. Bloodletting was common in medicine until the late 19th century, and it was believed that eliminating "bad blood" cured many diseases.

500-year-old illustrated medical book on dispaly at University of Aberdeen, UK (Pict. a woman removing headlice from a young boy)

Rare 500-year-old illustrated medical book shows doctors analysing urine to diagnose illness and brushing lice from a boy's hair

500-year-old illustrated medical book on dispaly at University of Aberdeen, UK (Pict. a woman removing headlice from a young boy)

Besançon, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 0457, f. 241v. Avicenna, Canon medicinae. Paris, 3rd quarter of the 13th century. That looks like a nasty rash.

Besançon, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 0457, f. 241v. Avicenna, Canon medicinae. Paris, 3rd quarter of the 13th century. That looks like a nasty rash.

A Physician with Two Amputees from an early copy of Bartholomaeus Anglicanus

A Physician with Two Amputees from an early copy of Bartholomaeus Anglicanus

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