VII. There were other fevers also, which I shall
describe in due course. Many had aphthae and
sores in the mouth. Fluxes about the genitals were
; sores, tumours external and internal ;
swellings which appear in the groin.2
of the eyes, chronic and painful. Growths
on the eyelids, external and internal, in many cases
destroying the sight, which are called "figs." There
were also often growths on other sores, particularly
in the genitals. Many carbuncles in the summer,
and other affections called "rot." Large pustules.
Many had large tetters.