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Eleven Dental charms and amulets in England


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Dental charms and amulets in England 1)Bag containing a crust carried by an old man for toothache; 2) Two moles feet carried in pocket for toothache, Norfolk;3) Stone: chasm for toothache (1910)Ottery St. Mary, South Devon; 4) Teeth carried in a case for toothache, South Devon; 5) Stone: used as a cure for toothache, Exmouth, Devon; 6) Nickht of mightehabl: work for teething from Gloucestershire and also from Warwickshire; 7)Bag containing pig's teeth, tied round the neck of an infant to facilitate teething, South London; 8)Calvis' feet, worn to facilitate teething, London; 9) Pilcis of Ories root, used to assist teething East London and Norfolk; 10) Bag used as a charm for teething, S. Devon; 11) Stone used for teething, South Devon



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