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Welcome To The Second Pandemic Winter, I’m Losing My Mind

The plague continues…

The ancient Greek city-state of Athens was ravaged by a mysterious plague during the second year of the Peloponnesian War, in 430 BC. The disease killed one in every four Athenians, the victims suffering from violent coughing and vomiting and ulcers on the body before death.




by John DeVore

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