Ancient dating practices


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He claimed that due to the upward angulation of the holes, their artificial symmetrical appearance and the apparent thickness of bone they had transversed, the holes were the result of man-made drillings, affected in order to drain the pus from the apical abscess.Breasted, an Egyptologist later supported this view and suggested that they could have been created by a bronze instrument in a bow drill.They appear to have been hierarchically ordered with two basic categories, 'one who is concerned with teeth' usually regarded as a dentist, and 'one who deals with teeth'.

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The dental report at the time stated that judging by the colour and anatomic form of the teeth they belonged to the same individual.

Such a hole could only have been drilled with a right angled drill, technology that was not available in Dynastic Egypt.



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