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Cairo, Egypt. An artificial toe made of wood and leather. : Stock Photo
This wooden toe was found in the Theban tomb of Meri. The mummy to which it was attached was of a woman named Tabaketenmut. The prosthetic toe is from between 950-710 B.C.

Cairo, Egypt. An artificial toe made of wood and leather.

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Kenneth Garrett
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This wooden toe was found in the Theban tomb of Meri. The mummy to which it was attached was of a woman named Tabaketenmut. The prosthetic toe is from between 950-710 B.C.
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