A Stone at the Siege of Cyropolis: why it is unlikely that Alexander had a carotid dissection causing his death 6 years later.

  • M . G . Bousser
  • Published 2004 in Journal of the history of the neurosciences
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@article{Bousser2004ASA, title={A Stone at the Siege of Cyropolis: why it is unlikely that Alexander had a carotid dissection causing his death 6 years later.}, author={M . G . Bousser}, journal={Journal of the history of the neurosciences}, year={2004}, volume={13 2}, pages={157-8} }