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Opinion: Manuscripts and Art Support Archaeological Evidence that Syphilis Was in Europe Long Before Explorers Could Have Brought It Home from the Americas
Multiple lines of evidence contradict the idea that the disease came to Europe via trans-Atlantic exchange.
Opinion: Manuscripts and Art Support Archaeological Evidence that Syphilis Was in Europe Long Before Explorers Could Have Brought It Home from the Americas
Opinion: Manuscripts and Art Support Archaeological Evidence that Syphilis Was in Europe Long Before Explorers Could Have Brought It Home from the Americas

Multiple lines of evidence contradict the idea that the disease came to Europe via trans-Atlantic exchange.

Multiple lines of evidence contradict the idea that the disease came to Europe via trans-Atlantic exchange.

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