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Take Two Beers and Call Me in 1,600 Years: Ancient Nubians and Egyptians had a way with antibiotics.

@article{Armelagos2000TakeTB,
  title={Take Two Beers and Call Me in 1,600 Years: Ancient Nubians and Egyptians had a way with antibiotics.},
  author={George John Armelagos},
  journal={Natural History},
  year={2000},
  volume={109},
  pages={50-53}
}

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