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Anonymous1972Congratulations on the 60th birthday of Wolfdietrich Eichler
Anonymous1942Health under Hitler
Aristoteles350Historia Animalium
Armelagos,George,J.1969Disease in ancient Nubia
Joblot,1754Observations d`histoire naturelle, faites aves le microscope
Andersson, JO, Andersson, SG2000A century of typhus, lice and Rickettsia
Andrews, J1976The Parasitology of the Maori in Pre-European Times
Bodenheimer, FSSubmittedMaterialien zur Geschichte der Entomologie bis Linné
Bodenheimer, FS1960Animal and man in Bible Lands
Bodenheimer, FS1951The nutritive value of insects as human food
Bodenheimer, FS1947A survey on the ancient Sumerians and assyrians
Bresciani, J, Haarløv, N, Nansen, P, Moller, G1983Head louse (Pediculus humanus capitis) from mummified corpses of Greenlanders, about A.D. 1460
Brinck, P1948Notes on Anoplura. Especially with regard to the Swedish species
Brooks, DR1985Historical Ecology: A new approach to studying the evolution of ecological associations
Busvine, JR1984John Hall Grundy lecture. Reflections on some human ectoparasites
Buxton, PAlfred1947The Louse. An account of the lice which infest man, their medical importance and control
Cabotin, PP1994Le pou a travers la peinture hollandaise du XVIIe siecle
Capasso, L, Di Tota, G1998Lice buried under the ashes of Herculaneum
Chin, T-H1980A historical Review and Prospect of the Studies of Sucking Lice in China
Choudhury, A, Moore, BR, Marques, FL2002Vernon Kellogg, host-switching, and cospeciation: rescuing straggled ideas
Najjar, MYEl, Mulinksi, TMJ1983Mummies and mummification practices in the southwestern and southern United States
Cockburn, A, Cockburn, E, Reyman, TA1998Mummies, disease and ancient culture
Core, J, Bliss, R, Flores, A2005ARS partners with defense department to protect troops from insect vectors
Cunningham, CW, Omland, KE, Oakley, TH1998Reconstructing ancestral character states: a critical reappraisal
Cuvier, G1817Les Parasites
Doury, P1996Henry Foley and the discovery in 1908 of the role played by the louse in the transmission of relapsing fever
Doury, P1994Henry Foley et Lyautey, et l'action medicale au Maroc a la phase initiale du Protectorat
Eichler, W1981In memory of Guenter Timmermann (scientific historical study of the controversy the Fahrenholz principle)
Eichler, W1972Leopold Fulmek 1883-1969
Eichler, W1951Die Entwicklung der Fragestellung in der Parasitologie
Eichler, W1948In memoriam Heinrich Fahrenholz - dem verdienten deutschen Läusespezialisten zur Erinnerung
Eichler, W1939Ergötzliches aus der Mallophgen- und Läusekunde. 1. Beitrag zur Geschichte der Parasitenforschung
Eissner, H1970Historische Bemerkung zur Beschreibung von Läuseeiern an Kopfhaaren beim sogenannten Weichselzopf
E. Fernández, E, F. Valdés, V2002Lice in literature
Fritsch, P1970"Phthiriasis"
Funke, NSubmittedKupfersammlung. Tafel XI, Fig 4: Die Laus
Girling, MA1984Eighteenth century records of human lice (Phthiraptera, Anoplura) and fleas (Siphonaptera, Pulicidae) in the city of London
Goudard, H1935A la recherche des Poux
Gross, L1996How Charles Nicolle of the Pasteur institute discovered that epidemic typhus is transmitted by lice: reminiscences from my years at the Pasteur institute in Paris
Hall, AR, Kenward, HK1990Environmental evidence from the Colonia: General accident and Rougier Street
Hase, A1954Ludwig Freund, 1878-1953
Hase, A1954Ergänzender Beitrag zur Geschicht der Anopluren-Forschung
Heinsius, D1936Éloge du pou.
Hoeppli, R1959Pediculus humanus and phthiriasis in early Chinese and European medicine
Hoeppli, R, Ch´iang, I-Hung1952Pediculus humanus and phthiriasis in old style Chinese and Western medicine
Hooke, R1665Micrographia
Hopper, JMH1971An epidemic of nits
Horne, P1979Head lice from an Aluetian mummy
Huet, M2003The laboratory breeding of lice
Hulls, LG1946The louse in literature


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