RHS Lecture Recording: ‘Better off dead than disfigured’? The challenges of facial injury in the premodern past’

A recording of Trish Skinner’s lecture to the Royal Historical Society,  ‘Better off dead than disfigured’? The challenges of facial injury in the premodern past (May 2015) is now available on the RHS website. The recording is part of a rich archive of RHS lectures, just perfect for end of term procrastination!

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Wellcome Miscellanea Medica XVIII, dating to 14th century

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