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By Joseph Byrne

This encyclopedia offers three hundred interdisciplinary, cross-referenced entries that record the influence of the plague on Western society around the 4 centuries of the second one plague pandemic, balancing scientific historical past and technical issues with ancient, cultural, social, and political factors.

• three hundred A–Z interdisciplinary entries on scientific concerns and ancient issues

• every one access contains updated assets for additional research

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