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|current||05:32, November 5, 2007||907 × 757 (284 KB)||PhloxBot||== Summary == Instruments used by ancient Greek surgeons. Contents: (a) trephine. (b) case of scalpels. Scanned by User:Rmrfstar from page 33 of: ''Singer, Charles & Underwood, E. Ashworth (1962), ''Short History of Medicine'', Oxfo|