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" ... its ravages ; so that when they succumbed, as in most cases, on the seventh or eighth day to the internal inflammation, they had still some strength in them. But if they passed this stage, and the disease descended further into the bowels, inducing... "
Epidemics and Pandemics: Their Impacts on Human History - Page 4
by J. N. Hays - 2005 - 513 pages
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The History of the Peloponnesian War

Thucydides - Greece - 1874 - 630 pages
...seventh or eighth day to r- — • the internal inflammation, they had still some strength in B-Cl *80' them. But if they passed this stage, and the disease...inducing a violent ulceration there accompanied by severe diarrhoaa, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal. For the disorder first settled in...
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The Growth of Medicine from the Earliest Times to about 1800

Albert Henry Buck - Medicine - 1917 - 582 pages
...succumbed, as in most cases, on the seventh or eighth day to the internal inflammation, they had still some strength in them. But if they passed this stage,...inducing a violent ulceration there accompanied by severe diarrhoea, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal. For the disorder first settled in...
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History of the Peloponnesian War

Thucydides, Richard Crawley - History - 1910 - 418 pages
...succumbed, as in most cases, on the seventh or eighth day to the interual inflammation, they had still some strength in them. But if they passed this stage,...descended further into the bowels, inducing a violent uberation there accompanied by severe diarrhoea, this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal....
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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
...[Tjhey succumbed, as in most cases, on the seventh or eighth day, to the internal inflammation. . . . But if they passed this stage, and the disease descended...this brought on a weakness which was generally fatal. . . . [T]he disorder . . . settled in the privy parts, the fingers and the toes, and many escaped with...
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