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" ... this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal. For the disorder first settled in the head, ran its course from thence through the whole of the body, and even where it did not prove mortal, it still left its mark on the extremities; for it settled... "
Epidemics and Pandemics: Their Impacts on Human History - Page 5
by J. N. Hays - 2005 - 513 pages
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The History of the Peloponnesian War

Thucydides - Greece - 1874 - 630 pages
...descended further into the bowels, inducing a violent ulceration there accompanied by severe diarrhoaa, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal....and did not know either themselves or their friends. But while the nature of the distemper was such as to baffle all description, and its attacks almost...
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History of the Peloponnesian War Done Into English by Richard Crawley

Thucydides - Greece - 1914 - 614 pages
...descended further into the bowels, inducing a violent ulceration there accompanied by severe diarrhoea, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal....were seized with an entire loss of memory on their CHAP, first recovery, and did notTcnow either themselves or their VII ' friends. BC 430. But while...
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History of the Peloponnesian War

Thucydides, Richard Crawley - History - 1910 - 418 pages
...descended further into the bowels, inducing a violent uberation there accompanied by severe diarrhoea, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal....and did not know either themselves or their friends. But while the nature of the distemper was such as to baffle all description, and its attacks almost...
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The Peloponnesian War

Lawrence A. Tritle - History - 2004 - 206 pages
...where it did not prove mortal, it still left its mark on the extremities; for it settled in the private parts, the fingers and the toes, and many escaped...and did not know either themselves or their friends. But while the nature of the disease was such as to baffle all description, and its attacks almost too...
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The History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Accounts to the Fall of Rome

Susan Wise Bauer - History - 2007 - 896 pages
...by severe diarrhea, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal. . . . [T]he disorder . . . settled in the privy parts, the fingers and the toes,...with the loss of these, some too with that of their eyes.26 Quite apart from the loss of able-bodied fighting men ("They died like sheep"), this was an...
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