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It's been widely discussed during this pandemic year that Venetians invented the quarantine. But the author of a new book on Venice's history of innovation argues that it was just one of the public health measures for which we can thank them.
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The progress of an ancient plague shows that when faith--in gods or medical research--fails, it's a long road to safety.
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