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108-10 L. 15-20 Jouanna) gives two unusual symptoms for the disease phrontis: . (“Fright disease: There appears to be a thorn in his [i. 57 Although in the Akkadian tradition the two symptoms do not appear in the diagnosis of the same disease, at least Greeks and Babylonians apparently used the same descriptions of symptoms at the same time, within roughly the same conceptual framework. 60 The most significant class of parallels, however, does not consist of definite borrowings of therapy or diagnostic know-how but of shared assumptions of disease and prognosis,61 in a similar use of texts that results in strikingly similar textual structures.
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