, who lived by the temple of Earth, was
seized with trembling which began in the hands.
|The third book of the Epidemics has always been regarded
as a continuation of the first book. Even a casual glance
will convince any reader that the two books are really one
work. The Paris manuscript called A, which breaks off
after the opening words of Epidemics III, nevertheless
joins these words without interruption to the end of the
First day. Acute fever ; wandering.
Second day. General exacerbation.
Third day. Same symptoms.
Fourth day. Stools scanty, uncompounded and
Fifth day. General exacerbation ; fitful sleep ;
Sixth day. Varied, reddish sputa.
Seventh day. Mouth drawn awry.
Eighth day. General exacerbation ; tremblings persisted
; urine from the beginning to the eighth day
thin, colourless, with a cloudy substance floating
Tenth day. Sweat ; sputa somewhat concocted ;
crisis ; urine somewhat thin about the time of the
crisis. After the crisis, forty days subsequent to
it, abscess in the seat, and an abscession through
Hermocrates, who lay sick by the new wall, was
seized with fever. He began to feel pain in the
head and loins ; tension of the hypochondrium without