Roman - Medicine and Hygiene

ca. 50 B.C. - 450 A.D.

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Bildnummer 0089 

No. 862

added01.06.2003, changed03.11.2020

Roman Spatula. Length: 15.1 cm, private collection. Brass, 1st to 3rd century AD.

Brass 23,00 EUR

No. 930

added06.12.2003, changed29.06.2013

A toothpick with ear-cleaner from the famous Roman silver treasure from Kaiseraugst near Basel, Switzerland. The treasure consists of 270 pieces of silver and has a weight of 57.5 kg. It was burried inside the area of the former Roman fort at Kaiseraugst around 350 AD. The length of the spoon is 21 cm. The plate of the toothpick, in open work design, shows a Christogram

Silver 925 69,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0122
Bildnummer 0126 

No. 217A

added27.11.2000, changed29.06.2013

Roman scalpel from Augst (AUGUSTA RAURICA), Switzerland, with handforged cutting blade of tempered steel. Length 12.5 cm, first to second century AD.

Brass 38,00 EUR

No. 217B

added09.04.2003, changed03.11.2020

Roman surgeon's hook from Augst (AUGUSTA RAURICA), Switzerland. Length 11.4 cm, first to second century AD.

Brass 23,00 EUR

No. 217C

added09.04.2003, changed03.11.2020

Roman ligula from Augst (AUGUSTA RAURICA), Switzerland, . Length 12 cm, first to second century AD.

Brass 23,00 EUR

No. 217D

added09.04.2003, changed03.11.2020

Roman ear scoop from Augst (AUGUSTA RAURICA), Switzerland. Length 10.6 cm, first to second century AD.

Brass 20,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0127
Bildnummer 0134 

No. 537

added27.11.2000, changed29.06.2013

Roman toilette set, consisting of tweezers, an ear scoop and a nail cleaner. 1st to 3rd century AD, brass

Brass 42,00 EUR

No. 574

added20.02.2001, changed29.06.2013

Roman mirror from the Prähistorische Staatssammlung in München, 1st to 2nd century AD. Diameter: 7.6 cm / 3 inches. Original made from highly lead-containing bronze which had a silver color. Picture shows the decorated backside. Replica made from bronze with chromed frontside; highly lead-containing bronze cannot be used today because it is poisonous to work with.

Bronze 65,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0184
Bildnummer 0235 

No. 650

added08.01.2002, changed29.06.2013

Decorated Roman strigilis from Pompeii, Italy, 1st century AD. The backside ist decorated with dotted grapes, the backside of the blade with dotted volutes. Original made frombronze, partly tinned. Length: 18 cm / 7 inches; height: 8 cm / 3.1 inches.

Bronze 53,00 EUR

No. 730

added29.05.2002, changed29.06.2013

Roman forceps from the tomb in Luzzi (Cosenza), Italy, 1st century AD. Length: 19.5 cm / 7.7 inches.

Brass 95,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0246
Bildnummer 0253 

No. 729

added12.06.2002, changed03.11.2020

Roman medical implement from a physician's tomb in Reims, France. It combines two tools: a surgeon's hook and a spatula. Around 200 AD. Length: 20.4 cm / 8 inches.

Brass 39,00 EUR

No. 704

added12.06.2002, changed03.11.2020

Roman medical tweezers from Augst (AUGUSTA RAURICA), Switzerland. Fully useable. 1st to 3rd century AD. Length: 13.1 cm / 5.1 inches.

Brass 26,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0255
Bildnummer 0333 

No. 888

added02.01.2003, changed29.06.2013

Roman medical implement from Ephesos. 3rd century AD. Length: 15.8 cm / 6.2 inches.

Brass 25,00 EUR

No. 939

added12.06.2008, changed29.06.2013

Roman mirror from Xanten, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 1st century AD. Diameter 9.3 cm, length with handle 17.3 cm. Original made from highly lead-containing bronze which had a silver color. Picture shows the frontside and the decorated backside. Replica made from chromed bronze; highly lead-containing bronze cannot be used today because it is poisonous to work with.

Bronze 95,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0359
Bildnummer 0493 

No. 727

added20.11.2020, changed20.11.2020

Roman scalpel from Bingen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. With handforged cutting blade of tempered steel. Length 14.9 cm, first to second century AD.

Brass 49,00 EUR

No. 1043

added20.11.2020, changed20.11.2020

Forceps for soft tissues (lat.uvula forceps) from France. Copper alloy, length 20.3 cm.

Brass 90,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0495
Bildnummer 0498 

No. 1042

added18.11.2020, changed18.11.2020

Long Roman spatula. Length: 19.4 cm, private collection. Brass, 1st to 3rd century AD.

Brass 29,00 EUR

No. 1041

added18.11.2020, changed24.11.2020

Roman chisel for bones from Xanten, Germany. Handle brass, blade from handforged steel.

Length 13.5 cm.

Brass 65,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0499
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