10.00 p.m. |HINT| Malaria and the Fall of Rome
What caused the fall of the Roman Empire? Was it the armies of
barbarians--or could it have been the microscopic bacterial armies of
an epidemic so virulent that it killed unborn babies in the womb and
caused locals in a Christian country to resort to black magic in an
attempt to protect themselves? The result of a trail that started
with an excavation at Lugnano in northern Italy may have provided the
solution. There was clearly an epidemic in the region at the time--
but of what? Join the search for answers with host and archaeologist
Julian Richards.

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