Contemporary Reports on the Mediaeval Roman Climate

@article{CelliFraentzel1932ContemporaryRO,
  title={Contemporary Reports on the Mediaeval Roman Climate},
  author={A. Celli-Fraentzel},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1932},
  volume={7},
  pages={96 - 106}
}
JONES, ROSS AND ELLETT1 hold malaria responsible for nothing less than the destruction of the art and culture of Greece, and they ascribe the fall of the Roman Empire in great measure to the same cause. The studies of Angelo Celli2 have shown not only the influence of periodically recurrent malaria on the history of Rome from antiquity to the present day but also the vain attempts of man to defend himself against this malignant enemy. The struggle was especially dramatic in the later Middle… Expand
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