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1 A.U.C. 590.
2 "Carbunculus." A malignant pustule, accompanied with swelling and ending with gangrene, is still known by this name, but it does not manifest any particular preference for the mouth and tongue. Fée says that carbuncle was recently (1833) endemic in Provence, the ancient Gallia Narbonensis, for which reason it had received the name of "Charbon Provencal."
3 Consul, A.U.C. 819.
4 Consul, A.U.C. 816.
5 Judging from this symptom, Dalechamps says that it looks more like chancre than carbuncle.
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