Corpus sterni of the sternam (breastbone) from female skeleton
- c. 1350
Corpus sterni of the sternam (breastbone). Long flat section with notches along the edges. Broken into two parts. From a mature female skeleton showing the effects of leprosy, from a medieval Danish leprosy cemetery, reputedly c.1350
- Anatomy & Pathology
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- Wellcome Trust
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