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Ludmilla Jordanova

their training? One answer is through professional institutions, many of which have long pasts upon which to draw. They contain historical deposits of many kinds – medals, portraits, silver, furniture, prints, stained-glass windows, coats of arms and more. Such artefacts prompt a sense of the past, but are not themselves ‘history’, since they require interpretation, narrative, contextualization in order to be activated. Nonetheless, they are

in Communicating the history of medicine