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Introduction - Marcel Keller

Keller, Marcel (14 nov. 2016)

I am a PhD student in the department Archaeogenetics of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany. My academic background is Biology (B.Sc./M.Sc.) with specialization in Anthropology and Human Biology. The main project of my PhD is the reconstruction of genomes of ...

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Islamic attidues to disasters in the Middle Ages: a comparison of earthquakes and plagues

Schreg, Rainer (10 sept. 2012)

A re-post from the Medievalists.net blog of a 2007 article in Medieval History Journal (10) by Anna Akasoy: http://www.medievalists.net/2012/09/09/islamic-attitudes-to-disasters-in-the-middle-ages-a-comparison-of-earthquakes-and-plagues/

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Mass Burial in Barcelona

Schreg, Rainer (20 août 2014)

Media report about a mass burial in Barcelona: Barcelona's Black Death Victims. Archaeology Magazine (15.8.2014) - http://archaeology.org/news/2446-140819-black-death-spain-barcelona-mass-grave-plague Staring Black Death in the face. El Pais (15.8.2014) - http://elpais.com/elpais/2014/08/15/ ...

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Introduction - Sharon DeWitte

sdewitte (21 sept. 2012)

I am a biological anthropologist in the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Carolina. I specialize in paleodemography, paleoepidemiology, and human osteology, and for several years, the focus of my research has been the Black Death.  I am particularly interested in the biological ...

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Useful cattle murrain papers

Schreg, Rainer (5 sept. 2012)

These are two very useful papers that deal with the impact of the early 14th century cattle plagues on English manors: Newfield, T. 2009. A cattle panzootic in early fourteenth-century Europe. Agricultural History Review 57, 155-190. Slavin, P. in press. The great bovine pestilence and its ...

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Black Death in the US today

Schreg, Rainer (17 août 2013)

Neither the 14th century, nor a scientific paper, but probably nevertheless of some interest http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/26/squirrel-plague_n_3660709.html

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Chicken husbandry: pre- and post-BD comparison

Paxinos, Ptolemaios (7 nov. 2012)

Just added in zotero an interesting article from Ph. Slavin about changes on chicken farming after 1350: http://www.mnhn.fr/museum/front/medias/publication/23772_35_56_HD_N.pdf

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Late medieval apotropaic devices

Schreg, Rainer (29 janv. 2013)

The medievalists.net refers to a Master thesis from the University of Louisville dealing with c. Lena Mackenzie Gimbel, Bawdy badges and the Black Death: late medieval apotropaic devices against the spread of the plague. MA thesis (Louisville 2010) - pdf from Louisville university.

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Mass Burial in Ellwangen

Schreg, Rainer (16 sept. 2014)

The BlackDeathNetwork is not only in medieval mass burials, but here is another new discovery, dating to the 16th century from Ellwangen in eastern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Rescue excavations in the center of the town Ellwangen brought a burial with around 50 deads.  DNA analysis, realized by ...

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Mass grave in Edinburgh (?)

Schreg, Rainer (12 oct. 2012)

Even if it is not 14th century: scotsman.com (29.9.2012): Plague link to skeletons discovery as Edinburgh dig resumes

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