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Volume 18, Number 1—January 2012

Plague Epidemic in the Kingdom of Naples, 1656–1658

Silvia Scasciamacchia, Luigina Serrecchia, Luigi Giangrossi, Giuliano Garofolo, Antonio Balestrucci, Gilberto Sammartino, and Antonio FasanellaComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale of Puglia and Basilicata, Foggia, Italy (S. Scasciamacchia, L. Serrecchia, L. Giangrossi, G. Garofolo, A. Fasanella); University Federico II, Naples, Italy (A. Balestrucci, G. Sammartino)

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Figure. Radiograph of skull found under Sant’ Andrea church in Barletta, Italy, in 2009, showing unerupted teeth (circled) that were later extracted aseptically.

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