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The left side of this Greek warrior’s jaw was broken in two but the use of a Hippocratic ancient surgery, which is visible in the image shown here, managed allow the jaw to heal again.                Source: Anagnostis Agelarakis / Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry

Ancient Hippocratic Surgery Found In The ‘Golden’ Jaw Of A Greek Warrior

The remains of a decapitated 13th-century warrior were discovered in Greece in the 1990s. Now, his unique “gold-threaded jaw” is revealing Hippocratic ancient surgery secrets from 5th-century-BC...