swanngalleries:

Our May 1 auction of Early Printed, Medical & Scientific Books includes a run of 18th- and 19th-century books on Dentistry, including:

Pierre Fauchard, Le Chirurgien Dentiste, Paris, 1746; Joseph Fox, The Natural History of the Human Teeth, London, 1803; Joseph Fox, The Natural History and Diseases of the Human Teeth, London, 1814; James Edmund Garretson, A Treatise on the Diseases and Surgery of the Mouth and Jaws, Philadelphia, 1869; John Hunter, The Natural History of the Human Teeth: Explaining Their Structure, Use, Formation, Growth, and Diseases, London, 1771; Levi Spear Parmly, A Practical Guide to the Management of the Teeth, Philadelphia, 1819.

Don’t forget to brush!

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The Main Altar in Kaplica Czaszek, the Chapel of Skulls, located in Czermna, Poland. The skulls and leg bones of over 3,000 victims of wars and plagues cover the walls and ceiling, and a crypt below, accessible through a trapdoor, houses over 21,000 additional remains. Between 1776 and 1804, the local priest, Vaclav Tomasek, painstakingly gathered, cleaned and carefully arranged skeletons recovered from numerous, shallow mass graves left by the Thirty Years’ War, Silesian Wars and cholera outbreaks.

malformalady:

The Main Altar in Kaplica Czaszek, the Chapel of Skulls, located in Czermna, Poland. The skulls and leg bones of over 3,000 victims of wars and plagues cover the walls and ceiling, and a crypt below, accessible through a trapdoor, houses over 21,000 additional remains. Between 1776 and 1804, the local priest, Vaclav Tomasek, painstakingly gathered, cleaned and carefully arranged skeletons recovered from numerous, shallow mass graves left by the Thirty Years’ War, Silesian Wars and cholera outbreaks.

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