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The presented majolica apothecary vessel comes from the collection of Mateusz Bronisław Grabowski (1904–1976). The jug has one, bow-shaped handle, and on the opposite side, in the upper part of the belly, there is a tubular spout in the shape of a reptile’s maw. On the belly of the jug, there is a large medallion with a figure of a holy monk in a grey habit. The ingredients of this preparation included purified hop juice (Humulus lupulus L.) and fumitory juice (Fumaria officinalis L.) seasoned with sugar. This drug was supposed to clear the bile ducts
ID no.: KGZ 5933
Time of creation: 2nd half of 16th century
Museum: The Museum of Pharmacy at the Jagiellonian University Medical College in Kraków
Digitalisation: RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project