Doctors, Diseases and Deities: Epidemic Crises and Medicine in Ancient Rome

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Video

Amanda Iliadis
by BiblicalArchaeology
published on 09 October 2017

In this lecture presented at The Explorers Club in New York, BAS Director of Educational Programs Sarah Yeomans examines a recently excavated, as-yet unpublished archaeological site that has substantially contributed to our understanding of what ancient Romans did to combat disease and injury, as well as archaeological evidence for how they responded to one of the most horrifying epidemics the ancient world had ever seen: The Antonine Plague of the 2nd century C.E.

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BiblicalArchaeology, . (2017, October 09). Doctors, Diseases and Deities: Epidemic Crises and Medicine in Ancient Rome. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/video/1278/

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BiblicalArchaeology, . "Doctors, Diseases and Deities: Epidemic Crises and Medicine in Ancient Rome." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Last modified October 09, 2017. https://www.ancient.eu/video/1278/.

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BiblicalArchaeology, . "Doctors, Diseases and Deities: Epidemic Crises and Medicine in Ancient Rome." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 09 Oct 2017. Web. 26 Feb 2020.

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