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Prior to and during the first few centuries of the Christian era pestilences were recorded which afflicted indiscriminately man, his domestic animals and the wild fauna. As Leclainche (1936) has noted, however, a sequence of events was quite regularly described in which at first dogs, then birds, horses, cattle, or wild animals and finally man perished in hordes; it was not until the great European epizootic of A.D. 376–386 that rinderpest finally came to be recognised as a distinct clinical entity, primarily affecting cattle; the cattle plague had arrived.

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Newcastle Disease Virus Measle Virus Canine Distemper Virus Intranuclear Inclusion Rinderpest Virus 
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