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Activity 3: Extract from Robb, J. and Harris, O, J. T. (2013) The Body in History: Europe from the Palaeolithic to the Future, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Roman votive face, terracotta, 200BC-200AD. Science Museum, London. Photo: Science & Society Picture Library.
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