The ankle bone of a crucified man excavated in a burial cave at Giv'at ha-Mivtar, northeast of Jerusalem, Israel - In 1968 building contractors working in a suburb north of Jerusalem accidentally uncovered a Jewish tomb dated to the first century after the death of Christ. Lying in a Jewish ossuary bearing the Hebrew inscription 'Jehohanan the son of HGQWL' were the skeletal remains of a man in his twenties, who had been crucified.
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Ankle joint Replacement surgery is common these days. The process include the replacement of ankle bones of a patient with prosthesis. This boost the improved range of motion to ankle and thus pain can be reduced.