J. William White and Alfred Wood
The Talmud is a big voluminous work written in the Chaldaic language about two thousand years ago. It is the great Jewish encyclopedic work of knowledge, comprising the Jewish learnings and literature between about 200 b. c. e. and 300 c. e. It is the great reference book, employed for two thousand years, always rendering abundant material of both interest and value for topics of every description. The contributions of the Talmud to the history of dentistry are entirely new to the English reading public. They have found no mention in any of our historical works heretofore published. The author wishes to present this treatise as an interesting and complete account of Dentistry in the Bible and Talmud.
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