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What was the life expectancy of an ancient roman child and adult?
I'm assuming the average life expectancy of a Roman did not change very much between 500 BC - 500 AD (?), as there was probably no significant progress in medical knowledge or nutrition. Do historians ...
Oct 16 '11 at 22:21
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