Pitt-Rivers museum trepanned skulls

Lyra Silvertongue examines the trepanned skulls at the Pitt-Rivers Museum.

Trepanning was a process in which a hole was drilled into the skull of a living human. Tartars were said to practice trepanning.[1]


Notes and references

  1. Northern Lights, Chapter 2

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