A vast body of artistic evidence supports the existence of thyroid disease in ancient times including Classical Antiquity . Since endocrinological pathologies are rarely identified in mummified or embalmed remains, the origin of endocrinological pathologies in soft tissues has been traced back thanks to realistic artworks...

Varotto E., Galassi F.M., Lippi D., Bianucci R. (2022). Depiction of goitre in an Etruscan Genucilia Terracotta plate (late 5th–early 4th BCE). JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION, 45(6), 1273-1274 [10.1007/s40618-021-01657-7].

Depiction of goitre in an Etruscan Genucilia Terracotta plate (late 5th–early 4th BCE)

Varotto E.
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2022-01-01

Abstract

A vast body of artistic evidence supports the existence of thyroid disease in ancient times including Classical Antiquity . Since endocrinological pathologies are rarely identified in mummified or embalmed remains, the origin of endocrinological pathologies in soft tissues has been traced back thanks to realistic artworks...
2022
Settore MED/02 - Storia Della Medicina
Settore BIO/08 - Antropologia
Settore L-ANT/10 - Metodologie Della Ricerca Archeologica
Varotto E., Galassi F.M., Lippi D., Bianucci R. (2022). Depiction of goitre in an Etruscan Genucilia Terracotta plate (late 5th–early 4th BCE). JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION, 45(6), 1273-1274 [10.1007/s40618-021-01657-7].
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