02939nam 2200697Ia 450 991045137030332120200520144314.01-4378-9140-31-84243-552-31-281-26057-697866112605761-84839-579-5(CKB)1000000000486655(EBL)352230(OCoLC)298451880(SSID)ssj0000112777(PQKBManifestationID)11140741(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000112777(PQKBWorkID)10099708(PQKB)10149111(MiAaPQ)EBC1121198(MiAaPQ)EBC352230(Au-PeEL)EBL1121198(CaPaEBR)ebr10739336(CaONFJC)MIL126057(OCoLC)829461432(Au-PeEL)EBL352230(OCoLC)227815649(EXLCZ)99100000000048665520070220d2007 uy 0engurcn|||||||||txtccrThe black death[electronic resource] /Sean Martin2nd ed.Harpenden Pocket Essentials20071 online resource (160 p.)Originally published: 2001.1-306-01895-1 1-904048-86-2 Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-151) and index.Front Cover; Other Pocket Essentials by Sean Martin; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 - King Death; 2 - Mortal Pestilences and Other Calamities; 3 - Here Death is Chalking Doors with Crosses; 4 - Satan Triumphant; 5 - The Year of the Annihilation; 6 - The Pestilence Tyme; 7 - The Triumph of Death; Appendix: Selective Chronology of Plague Outbreaks; Suggestions for Further Reading; Index; OTHER TITLES IN THIS SERIES;The Black Death is the name most commonly given to the pandemic of bubonic plague that ravaged the medieval world in the late 1340's. From Central Asia the plague swept through Europe, leaving millions of dead in its wake. Between a quarter and a third of Europe's population died. In England the population fell from nearly six million to just over three million. The Black Death was the greatest demographic disaster in European history. Sean Martin looks at the origins of the disease and traces its terrible march through Europe from the Italian cities to the far-flung corners of Scandinavia.Black DeathEuropeCommunicable diseasesEuropeEuropeSocial conditionsTo 1492Electronic books.Black DeathCommunicable diseases614.573209023616.9232Martin Sean858153MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910451370303321The black death2466695UNINA