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Brothwell gatherer peoples, oplasmosis 6% in there to is 27% evidence of tox- serological of the groups studied (Nurse and Was it also in the Pleistocene that tuberculosis horizons and became established mutant a could it human groups? in its was If so, have been derived from M. avium? What further questions should M. expanded Mycobacteria hovis as generally believed, or o\' it should be noted that accord- ing to the World Health Organization (1962), milk has per- mitted the transmission of over thirty distinct diseases, Jenkins 1977).

Veterinary Records, 70:7 1 Cockbum and in Prehistoric and Later Human Populations, a Tentative Reconstruction. In D. Brothwell and AT. Sandison, eds.. Diseases in Antiquiry. 132-151. Charles C Middlemiss, ed.. Tropical cient Cultures. 1 Mummies. In A. Mummies, Disease and An- 1980. Aleutian and Alaskan E. Cockburn, eds.. 18-134. : Cambridge Univer- sity Press. Summary of audience Lambrecht. L. 1967. Trypanosomiasis H 1961. Brucellosis. In 3- 720, 736-740. : F. Radiology, 54-60. London: Hcinemann.

If the death rate from tuberculosis, by year of death, Ztij^reb is Paleopathology Symp. I98H Tuberculosis and leprosy: Evidence for interaction of disease examined from 1984: 14 ) 1 the prechemolherapeutic era, markedly 700- that the highest mortality occurs before the age of five years, failing dramatically thereafter in the third decade (Figure and rising again may This 2). 27 noted (Fine is it • be inter- 600- preted as a high infant mortality associated with primary infection and a further high and sustained mortality with fwst-primary infection, these late 19th century data can be if 500- o o o assumed representative of medieval populations, then initial exposure to M.

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