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Pentekening Rubens te zien in Gent #visitgent

Pentekening Rubens te zien in Gent #visitgent

most beautiful feet

must have lived in an earlier time.flapper in a swimcap and of course the umbrella too~

Cephalotribe, c.1750. This is a skull-crushing instrument. Cephalotribes were used by male-midwives (early obstetricians) in the 18th century. The instrument pierced and crushed the fetus head to extract it from the mother’s body in cases where the baby had already died and the woman's life was at risk. Want to know more about in utero conditions and other interesting pathologies? This Wednesday - set your alarm! Dr. Drew (@drdrewhln) and Dr. Bruce are doing a new podcast called…

obstetric tool, Geneva, Switzerland, to save mother. The instrument pierced and crushed the fetus head to extract it from the mother’s body. They were used as a last resort only after the fetus was dead.

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Stilleven met bloemen, Hans Bollongier 1639

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Stilleven met bloemen, Hans Bollongier 1639

Belgian mustard from a tiny shop in Ghent. Best mustard ever.

Belgian mustard from a tiny shop in Ghent. Best mustard ever.

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