Cachecho, Riad. Surgical kit with a purple velvet interior and a wooden case, belonging to Damascus-based physician Habib Cachecho (1868-1938), Late 19th-century
Scope and Contents
Kit was supplied by the Stafford House Committee, and used by Habib Cachecho during his service in the Ottoman military. Cachecho received his medical degree from St. Joseph’s University of Medicine in Beirut in 1891, and practiced in Damascus after his military service. Forty one instruments included in kit, late 19th century.
- Late 19th-century
Language of Materials
Object labels, inscriptions, etc. are primarily in English.
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