Modern Insights Into Plagues of Old

See original post: By: Lauren White One less commonly known plague of antiquity is the Antonine Plague (165-190 Common Era [CE]). According to some historians, the Antonine Plague spanned the entire Mediterranean region, killing between 10-50% of the Roman Empire. The Roman Emperor, Lucius Verus, and his co-regent Marcus Aurelius are two of thisContinue reading “Modern Insights Into Plagues of Old”