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|Download E-pub ⚡ The Black Death, The Great Mortality of 1348-1350: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture) á This new edition continues to provide a fascinating account of the plague that ravaged the world in the fourteenth century An updated introduction provides important background information and addresses the plague denial controversy A new section of documents on environmental explanations for and responses to the plague joins sections on the origin and spread of the illness the responses of medical practitioners the societal and economic impact religious responses the flagellant movement and attacks on Jews provoked by the plague and the artistic response Documents from many countries Including Muslim and Byzantine sources give students a variety of perspectives on this devastating illness and its consequences In addition to the new environmental sources new documents include a Middle Dutch Flagellant Scroll here printed in English for the first time German letters to the town of Strasbourg on their pogroms against the Jews Ibn Khatima s medical description of plague symptoms and transmission and artistic depictions of the plague saints Sebastian and Roch The volume also includes document headnotes a chronology of the Black Death Questions for Consideration a selected bibliography and an index Book jacket Guide des index glycémiques IG et valeurs nutritionnelles : Charge glycémique, calories, graisses, fibres The Great Mortality of 1348-1350: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture) á This new edition continues to provide a fascinating account of the plague that ravaged the world in the fourteenth century An updated introduction provides important background information and addresses the plague denial controversy A new section of documents on environmental explanations for and responses to the plague joins sections on the origin and spread of the illness the responses of medical practitioners the societal and economic impact religious responses the flagellant movement and attacks on Jews provoked by the plague and the artistic response Documents from many countries Including Muslim and Byzantine sources give students a variety of perspectives on this devastating illness and its consequences In addition to the new environmental sources new documents include a Middle Dutch Flagellant Scroll here printed in English for the first time German letters to the town of Strasbourg on their pogroms against the Jews Ibn Khatima s medical description of plague symptoms and transmission and artistic depictions of the plague saints Sebastian and Roch The volume also includes document headnotes a chronology of the Black Death Questions for Consideration a selected bibliography and an index Book jacket