The Affliction in the Middle Ages

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This paper is provided as study guides only please do not submit this document directly to any university. The natural course of disease and ailment may or may not be controlled by the hand of God, but in any case, there is fundamentally still a biological cause for the affliction. In some cases, like with Cuthbert’s disease, the bias of the author can be extracted and the disease could probably be diagnosed. But in others, like the death of Euric where the author gives no other details about the death, it is difficult to derive anything. Thus it is often difficult to depict an accurate picture of the affliction as it really was in the Middle Ages.

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