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An artificially manufactured version of a goa stone found inside the stomachs of an animal (bezoar stones) and its case. Made in India from a paste of clay, crushed shell, amber, musk and resin and used for numerous complaints such as poisons and as a charm against plague


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Credit: An artificially manufactured version of a goa stone found inside the stomachs of an animal (bezoar stones) and its case. Made in India from a paste of clay, crushed shell, amber, musk and resin and used for numerous complaints such as poisons and as a charm against plague. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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