Researcher discovers early, complex brain surgery in ancient Greece

April 8, 2020 - General

New research from Adelphi University has revealed the first forensically-assessed archeological discovery of remains of a group of domineering mounted archer-lancers and their kin of the Eastern Roman Empire from the turbulent ProtoByzantine period, which spanned the fourth to seventh centuries.
Ectocranial view of palaeopathological specimen: a) red arrow points to orifice on the
mastoid process,and b) surgical preparation dimensions…

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