The Black Death
The plague comes to Europe: The pest and Y. Pestis ; "The entire inhabited world changed" ; The plague's journey from east to west
Europe before the plague: Manor life ; The Church ; The rebirth of the town ; Life in the towns ; 1347, the stage is set for plague
Eyewitnesses to death: Italy ; France ; Northern Europe ; England, Ireland, and Scotland
Where did it come from?: God and the heavens ; The miasma theory ; The plague maiden ; The medical view ; The reaction of the people
Picking up the pieces: Survivor's psychology ; Depopulation ; The Church ; Repopulation ; Changes in learning ; The plague and public health
The survival of Y. Pestis
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Describes the 1347-1351 outbreak of plague in Europe, known as the Black Death, which killed one out of three people and changed the course of European history.
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