Roman Terracotta Model of the Womb

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Roman Terracotta Model of the Womb

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During the third to first centuries BC it was customary in Greece and Rome to create symbolic clay models of afflicted body parts to be dedicated at temples and shrines of healing gods by persons seeking or offering thanks for a cure. Example from the London Science Museum. 

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