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Judges usually consulted the heads of the medical guilds or medical master craftsmen before issuing sentences in cases of physical violence, suspicious deaths, or complaints of deficient inspection of slaves. A case dated 1024/1614 shows that the Head of the Surgeons' Guild was required to examine a dead body found in a public area to ascertain the cause of death.70 Another seventeenth-century cas

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