Syringe, Spoon of Diocles, Hippocratic Bench , Tampons, ....
One of the earliest antivehicle "mines" was described by military engineer Philo of Byzantium around 120 BC, when he recommended that "in front of the advanced walls (of a city) empty earthenware jars should be buried. These are placed in an upright position with their mouths upward, stopped up with seaweed or imperishable grass, and covered with earth. Troops may then pass over the jars with impunity, (but) the engines and timber towers brought up by the enemy will sink into them." Major William C. Schneck The Origins of Military Mines: Part II
around 250 BC