St. Anthony's fire
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St. Anthony's fire (also known historically as Ignis Sacer and Holy Fire) may refer to one of the following diseases:
- Ergotism (this meaning is particularly common in France and Germany)
- Erysipelas (this meaning is particularly common in Britain and the United States)
- Herpes zoster (this meaning is particularly common in Italy and Malta)
St. Anthony's fire may also refer to:
- St. Anthony's Fire (Doctor Who), a novel by Mark Gatiss
- Sainte Anthony's Fyre, an American 1970s acid rock band
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