The Black Death, 1346-1353: The Complete History

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Boydell & Brewer, 2004 - Всего страниц: 433
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The Black Death was a disaster of such magnitude that it not only shook the Old World to its economic and social foundations, but changed the course of human history. Yet this book is the first comprehensive history and assessment of its progress, and of the death and devastation it left in its wake, in all the countries through which it passed. The many local studies on the Black Death published in a variety of languages and scholarly papers have for the first time been systematically collected and thoroughly analysed. The medical and epidemiological characteristics of the disease, its geographical origin, its spread across Asia Minor, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe, and the mortality in the countries and regions for which there are satisfactory studies, are clearly presented and thoroughly discussed. The pattern, pace and seasonality of spread revealed through close scrutiny of these studies exactly reflect current medical work and standard studies on the epidemiology of bubonic plague. Benedictow's findings relating to the mortality caused by the Black Death are based on the meticulous study and synthesis of all available demographic studies. Published over the past forty years, most of them in widely dispersed local journals and local histories, this cumulative evidence, far-reaching in its implications, has gone largely unnoticed. This book makes it clear that the true mortality rate was far higher than has been previously thought. In the light of these findings, the discussion in the last part of the book showing the Black Death as a turning point in history takes on a new significance.
 

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I’ve already reviewed a different book on the Black Death; this one is by Norwegian historian Ole Benedictow. This is a frustrating book; there’s a lot of useful and interesting material but there’s ... Читать весь отзыв

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So scholarly and dense that it takes awhile to sink in that the enormity of the carnage is so much worse than we've been taught before. My favorite book about the plague heretofore was Ziegler's ... Читать весь отзыв

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Localities with known mortality in the Black Death in Tuscany
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Villages with known mortality in the Black Death in the Piedmont Localities with known mortality in the Black Death in the County of Provence
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Localities with known mortality in the Black Death in the County of Savoy
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The Black Death in the district of Montmélian
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Anatomy of a killer disease
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Manors of southern and central England with known mortality in the Black Death
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Townships in Northumberland and County Durham with known mortality in the Black Death
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Bubonic plague and the role of rats and fleas
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Italy
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Average household size in four Italian localities 133980
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Estimates of population San Gimignano 1332 and 1349
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Numbers of hearths in villages near Susa Piedmont 133567
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Estimated population mortality in the Black Death in Tuscany and other
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France and the County of Savoy
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Changes in number of households before and after the Black Death in
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Decline in number of subsidypaying households in the castellany of
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Vietnamese woman with a suppurating bubo in the left side of the groin
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France 17202 and Italy 16302
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the Hydraheaded monster
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Population density and plague mortality per thousand inhabitants Bombay Presidency 18978
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The territorial origin of plague and of the Black Death
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Contents
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What was the Black Death?
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The Caucasus Asia Minor the Middle East and North Africa
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Mediterranean Europe
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Albania Macedonia southern Yugoslavia Greece and Bulgaria
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Croatia BosniaHerzegovina Slovakia Hungary and western Romania
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the Spanish kingdoms the Kingdom of Portugal and the Kingdom of Granada
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Italy
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Chronology of the spread of the Black Death in Italy
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France
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Belgium
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Switzerland
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The British Isles
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Institutions of new parish priests in Cambridgeshire in 1349
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Wills proved in the Court of Hustings in London 134850
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Norway
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Denmark
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Deaths of donors of chantries in Ribe Cathedral 1350
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Donations to Danish religious institutions 134150
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Donations to Swedish religious institutions 134150
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Austria
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Germany
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The Netherlands
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Sweden 9 Part Two Spread of the Black Death
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The Baltic countries
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Russia
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some countries or regions escape? What happened in Iceland
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Part Three Patterns and Dynamics of the Black Death
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Patterns of conquest dynamics of spread
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Part Four Mortality in the Black Death
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The medieval demographic system
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Problems of source criticism methodology and demography
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Mortality in the taxpaying households of Grenis in the Black Death
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Spain
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Mortality in the Black Death in Spain
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Increase in number of households in the castellany of Ugine 13536
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Decline in number of households and population size in parishes near
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Chambéry 13489
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Number of taxpaying hearths in four parishes in the castellany of
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Decline in number of registered taxpaying peasant households in the
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Mortality rates in the Black Death in the County of Savoy
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Mortality in the Black Death in southcentral France
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Decline in number of fiscal hearths in SaintFlour 134556
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Mortality in the Black Death in France
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Belgium
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Decline in number of households in two hamlets in Artois 134786
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Average mortality rates at ages 070 according to Model West life table
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England
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Mortality rates of English beneficed parish clergy according to diocese
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Death rates on 15 manors in the diocese of Worcester
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Manorial death rate among tenants
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Mortality in 28 townships in the priory of Durham
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Decline in number of tithing members in 7 Essex communities 134556
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Tithingmen in Kibworth Beauchamp 134654
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How many died in the Black Death?
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Its Impact on History
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A Turning Point in History?
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Bibliography
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Index
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