1 edition of The epidemics of the Middle Ages found in the catalog.
|Statement||from the German of J. F. C. Hecker ; translated by B. G. Babington|
|Series||The Sydenham society|
|Contributions||Babington, B. G. (Benjamin Guy), 1794-1866, Sydenham Society, University of Leeds. Library|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 380 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||380|
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In Epidemics Laid Low epidemiologist and historian Patrice Bourdelais analyzes the history of disease epidemics in Europe from the Middle Ages to the present. This captivating account describes how populations respond to crises of disease and how authorities deal with the devastation afterward. Events. The outbreak began in July when a woman began to dance fervently in a street in Strasbourg. Some sources claim that, for a period, the plague killed around fifteen people per day; however, the sources of the city of Strasbourg at the time of the events did not mention the number of deaths, or even if there were fatalities. Historical documents, including "physician notes.
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By investigating thousands of descriptions of epidemics reaching back before the fifth-century-BCE Plague of Athens to the distrust and violence that erupted with Ebola inEpidemics challenges a dominant hypothesis in the study of epidemics, that invariably across time and space, epidemics provoked hatred, blaming of the other, and victimizing bearers of epidemic diseases, particularly.
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The Middle Ages: Economics and Society In medieval Europe, rural life was governed by a system scholars call “feudalism.” In a feudal society, the king granted large pieces of land called.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hecker, J.F.C.
(Justus Friedrich Carl), Epidemics of the middle ages. Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington, and.Event Date Location Disease Death toll (estimate) Ref.
Influenza epidemic: BC Babylon, or Babirus of the Persians, Central Asia, Mesopotamia and Southern Asia: Indian Sanskrit scholars found records of a disease resembling the Flu: Unknown Plague of Athens: – BC Greece, Libya, Egypt, Ethiopia: Unknown, possibly typhus, typhoid fever or viral hemorrhagic feverDuration: Human history.