JULIUS CAESAR'S DISEASE: A New Diagnosis
This historical/pathological piece of detective work re-assesses the evidence for Julius Caesar's alleged epilepsy. It examines how Caesar's medical episodes affected his actions at critical junctures. And combining modern medical knowledge with classical scholarship, it concludes that the long-established "fact" that Caesar had epilepsy is false and offers a new diagnosis.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 3878384
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