hölzerne Prothese?

Dieses Thema im Forum "Das Alte Ägypten" wurde erstellt von silesia, 22. Juni 2017.

  1. silesia

    silesia Moderator Mitarbeiter

  2. Gangflow

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  3. silesia

    silesia Moderator Mitarbeiter


    Besten Dank, mein Fehler.

    Nicht der Fund wurde bekannt gegeben, sondern korrekterweise eine "reexamination" des Fundes.

    "The international team investigated the one-of-a-kind prosthesis using modern microscopy, X-ray technology, and computer tomography. They were able to show that the wooden toe was refitted several times to the foot of its owner, a priest's daughter. The researchers also newly classified the used materials and identified the method with which the highly developed prosthesis was produced and utilized. Experts from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo – where the prosthetic device was brought to after it had been found – and the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine at the University of Zurich were also involved in this study."
     
  4. Gangflow

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    Wie muß ich mir das vorstellen. Ist das Exponat aus Basel ein "Nachbau" oder wurde an dem 2007 gezeigten Fund "verbessert"?

    Man vergleiche die beiden Bilder.
     
  5. silesia

    silesia Moderator Mitarbeiter

    Da Unterschiede zu sehen sind, werden sie das wohl in einer anstehenden Publikation aufklären.

    Wie auch immer, nach der Pressemitteilung klingt es nach Untersuchung des Originals der Prothese:

    "The international team investigated the one-of-a-kind prosthesis using modern microscopy, X-ray technology, and computer tomography. They were able to show that the wooden toe was refitted several times to the foot of its owner, a priest's daughter. The researchers also newly classified the used materials and identified the method with which the highly developed prosthesis was produced and utilized. Experts from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo – where the prosthetic device was brought to after it had been found – and the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine at the University of Zurich were also involved in this study."
     

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