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A healed broken leg on a Romano-British skeleton from Baldock, Hertfordshire. The broken bone is the femur (thigh-bone) and the bone is thicker aound the break, where it has mended.

14th Jun 2007

Biology, History

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femur skeleton fracture Roman Romano-British Baldock medicine leg

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