Description: Delicate handle terminates in an olivary point at one end and a flat blade at the other. The shaft is embellished with three rings where the blade begins. The blade is shaped in a lopsided lancet style, either due to wear or design. The tip of the flat blade is worn or broken at an angle.
Measurements (cm): H: 13.1 W: 0.2 – 0.7
Bliquez, Lawrence J. 1982. Roman Surgical Instruments in the John Hopkins University Institute of the History of Medicine. Pp. 40FF, 135-37, no. 129.