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glasses.  detail from Tod Mariens: Kunstwerk: Temperamalerei-Holz ; Einrichtung sakral ; Flügelaltar ; Meister des Albrechtsaltars ; Wien ; Himmelfahrt2:06:001-010 , Himmelfahrt2:23:037-054  Dokumentation: 1438 ; 1440 ; Klosterneuburg ; Österreich ; Niederösterreich ; Stiftsmuseum  Anmerkungen: 126,1x112,7 ; Wien ; Röhrig 1981

glasses. detail from Tod Mariens: Kunstwerk: Temperamalerei-Holz ; Einrichtung sakral ; Flügelaltar ; Meister des Albrechtsaltars ; Wien ; Himmelfahrt2:06:001-010 , Himmelfahrt2:23:037-054 Dokumentation: 1438 ; 1440 ; Klosterneuburg ; Österreich ; Niederösterreich ; Stiftsmuseum Anmerkungen: 126,1x112,7 ; Wien ; Röhrig 1981

1435-40 English: The Trig Lane spectacles were found by Gustav Milne during a 1974-5 Museum of London excavation. They were discovered in a Medieval rubbish dump tipped behind a river wall that we know to have been built in 1440, so they probably pre-date the wall by a few years. The Type 1 rims are incomplete but have mostly survived. they are made of 2.5mm thick bone (from a bull's leg, the only bone long enough to provide sufficient raw material) and the lenses were secured with copper…

1435-40 English: The Trig Lane spectacles were found by Gustav Milne during a 1974-5 Museum of London excavation. They were discovered in a Medieval rubbish dump tipped behind a river wall that we know to have been built in 1440, so they probably pre-date the wall by a few years. The Type 1 rims are incomplete but have mostly survived. they are made of 2.5mm thick bone (from a bull's leg, the only bone long enough to provide sufficient raw material) and the lenses were secured with copper…

pilgrim glasses

pilgrim glasses

Wooden Canister containing Beeswax and Poppy oil. 'This turned wooden canister was found in the surgeon’s chest, on the Mary Rose, a Tudor era ship that sunk in 1545. The canister contained a grey powder, which you can still see lining the interior. Examination of this powder shows it was originally beeswax and poppy oil. This was used to treat inflammations of various parts of the body and could also be used as a painkiller'.

Wooden Canister containing Beeswax and Poppy oil. 'This turned wooden canister was found in the surgeon’s chest, on the Mary Rose, a Tudor era ship that sunk in 1545. The canister contained a grey powder, which you can still see lining the interior. Examination of this powder shows it was originally beeswax and poppy oil. This was used to treat inflammations of various parts of the body and could also be used as a painkiller'.

Authentic plague doctor mask, 14th century, Germany

Authentic plague doctor mask, 14th century, Germany

The Martyrdom of St Apollonia  detail of a miniature, from the Dunois Hours, France (Paris), c. 1440-50, Yates Thompson MS 3, f. 284v

The Martyrdom of St Apollonia detail of a miniature, from the Dunois Hours, France (Paris), c. 1440-50, Yates Thompson MS 3, f. 284v

Feldbüch der Wundartzney (1497) by Hans von Gersdorff  In the illustration by the famous German surgeon Hans von Gersdorff (ca 1480-1540), note that the physician was using his left hand as a tourniquet to both reduce bleeding, and to compress the nerves for pain control. The man on the right of the illustration was wearing a “T,” likely indicating that he suffered from St. Anthony’s Fire, which was probably erysipelas, a Group A streptococcal infection common at the time

Feldbüch der Wundartzney (1497) by Hans von Gersdorff In the illustration by the famous German surgeon Hans von Gersdorff (ca 1480-1540), note that the physician was using his left hand as a tourniquet to both reduce bleeding, and to compress the nerves for pain control. The man on the right of the illustration was wearing a “T,” likely indicating that he suffered from St. Anthony’s Fire, which was probably erysipelas, a Group A streptococcal infection common at the time

Pulse measurement. 14th century artwork of a doctor measuring a patient's pulse. As seen here, the pulse can be taken at the wrist or in the armpit. Artwork from Anathomia (1345), by the Italian anatomist Guido da Vigevano.

Pulse measurement. 14th century artwork of a doctor measuring a patient's pulse. As seen here, the pulse can be taken at the wrist or in the armpit. Artwork from Anathomia (1345), by the Italian anatomist Guido da Vigevano.

Blood_letting

Blood_letting

Trepanation, 14th century artwork from Anathomia (1345) by Italian anatomist Guido da Vigevano.  This procedure was used to treat headaches, migraines, epilepsy and mental illness.  Grim.

Trepanation, 14th century artwork from Anathomia (1345) by Italian anatomist Guido da Vigevano. This procedure was used to treat headaches, migraines, epilepsy and mental illness. Grim.