Humerus of an adult human, 100 BC-AD 200 and broken foot bones, 4000-2001 BC, from Egypt.
The humerus is the upper arm bone, between the elbow and the shoulder. This example is from the left arm of an adult and shows a healed unreduced fracture. It was excavated in Tell Fara, Egypt and is thought to originate from the Roman period, 100 BC-200 AD.
- Currently on display in:
- The Science and Art of Medicine
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