Lee, F. and Magilton, J. (1989). The cemetery of the hospital of St James and St Mary Magdalene, Chichester - a case study. World Archaeol 21. Vol 21, pp. 273-282.

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The cemetery of the hospital of St James and St Mary Magdalene, Chichester - a case study
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World Archaeol 21
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World Archaeology
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21
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273 - 282
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The cemetery provides the largest British sample of skeletons from a documented leprosarium. The cemetery evidence reflects the documented decline in leprosy through the Middle Ages; more specifically there is a significant change in the type of disease, with an increase in the number of individuals with the high resistant form in the later period. There is potential through skeletal study to differentiate lepromatous and tuberculoid leprosy and to observe temporal changing patterns within the immune spectrum. Au (abr)
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Francis Lee
John Magilton
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1989
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Skeletons (Auto Detected Subject))
Cemetery (Auto Detected Subject))
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05 Dec 2008