Greco-Roman and Arabic Bronze Instruments and their Medico-Surgical Use Greco-Roman and Arabic Bronze Instruments and their Medico-Surgical Use. By S. Holth, M.D. Pp. 19, four plates, and five figures in text. Christiania, 1919. (Written in English.) [Book Review]

The Classical Review 35 (5-6):106-107 (1921)
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