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Antonine Plague (165-180 AD)

Antonine Plague (165-180 AD)

Also known as the plague of Galen, this plague was possibly caused by smallpox or measles.

Almost 2 000 deaths per day were recorded in Rome. The total death toll was about 5 million.

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