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Three trephinated skulls of people who may have suffered from headaches or epilepsy, Papua New Guinea. Halftone.


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2. Skull of Tororuke, of Kabakada, in New Britain: he lived seven years after the operation. 1. Skull of Toara, of Kabakada, in New Britain: he died two hour after the operation. 3. Skull of Tighan, of Ololai, in New Ireland: operation to cure headache.

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1 process print : halftone ; image and text 25.3 x 17.6 cm

Notes

On reverse are three prints

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 21406i

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  • English


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