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'Civilization is a very thin veneer': What the plague of Athens can teach us about dealing with COVID-19
The plague of Athens struck in 430 BC, killing up to half of the Greek city's population. The chronicler Thucydides documented the grim symptoms, as well as the social and psychological fallout. His account holds enduring lessons for those of us living through the COVID-19 pandemic today.
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