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How The Antonine Plague Decimated Ancient Rome Apr 16, 2020 Antonine Plague - Ancient History Encyclopedia May 02, 2019

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Apr 22, 2020 Plague in the Ancient World 19 Based on demographic studies, the average mortality rate during the Antonine plague was probably only 7-10% and possibly 13-15% in cities and armies; R.J. and M.L. Littman, "Galen and the Antonine Plague," American Journal of Philology 94 (1973) 254-55.

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Antonine Plague - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader Apr 30, 2020 The Antonine Plague – the germs that killed an empire The impact of this was so great politically and morally that the plague was called ‘Antonine’ after the brothers’ family name. In AD 178 it caused 2,000 deaths a day in Rome, a quarter of those infected, according to Roman historian Dio Cassius. Total deaths are reckoned at around five million. Antonine: The Plague of Galen And The Fall of Rome | A Apr 20, 2020