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History of PPE: Special Reference to Beaked Masks During the Black Death and Its Aftermath.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Akademika. 2022, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p137-150. 14p.

Abstract:The background of the research will focus on the cases of the Black Death pandemic in 14th century onwards with particular review on the usage of beaked masks by plague doctors. This peculiar mask can be described as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)...

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Epidemie i pandemie w wybranych polskich podręcznikach szkolnych historii dla szkół średnich po 1989 r.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Studia Historica Gedanensia. 2021, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p416-429. 14p.

Abstract:The paper presents an analysis of the presentation of major epidemics (pandemics) in the history of mankind in Polish history textbooks for secondary schools published between 1989 and 2020. A qualitative study was carried out on a sample of forty-four...

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Growth recurring in preindustrial Spain?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Cliometrica. May2022, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p215-241. 27p.

Abstract:Research in economic history has challenged a strict Malthusian depiction of preindustrial European economies, highlighting 'efflorescences', 'Smithian' and 'growth recurring' episodes. Do these defining concepts apply to preindustrial Spain? In this p...

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Czy Jan Žižka zmarł na zarazę morową?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Studia Historica Gedanensia. 2021, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p63-82. 20p.

Abstract:The author raises the question of the causes of the death of Jan Žižka (1360-1424), Czech national hero and one of the most able leaders of the Hussite revolution between 1419 and 1424. Žižka died suddenly, after a brief illness during the Moravian cam...

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Reply: Out of the West — and neither East, nor North, nor South*.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Past & Present. Aug2022, Vol. 256 Issue 1, p325-360. 36p.

Abstract:A reply is presented to Professor Monica H. Green regarding her response to Philip Slavin's article 'Out of the West: Formation of a Permanent Plague Reservoir in South-Central Germany (1349–1356) and Its Implications'.

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Out of the East (or North or South): A Response to Philip Slavin*.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Past & Present. Aug2022, Vol. 256 Issue 1, p283-323. 41p.

Abstract:This article responds to Philip Slavin's 'Out of the West: Formation of a Permanent Plague Reservoir in South-Central Germany (1349–1356) and Its Implications'. Genetics has transformed the study of plague, one of the most lethal diseases in human hist...

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Pandemic Outbreaks and the Language of Violence: Discussing the Origins of the Black Death and COVID-19.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):CHEST. Jul2022, Vol. 162 Issue 1, p196-201. 6p.

Abstract:The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought renewed attention to past narratives of disease outbreaks. What do the Black Death and COVID-19 have in common? How we tell outbreak stories is shaped by political, cultural, social, and historical contexts. It is d...

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La peste negra bajomedieval (1348-1351 AD) en el valle del Tiétar (sierra de Gredos, Ávila): aspectos económicos y paleoambientales.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Boletín de la Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles. 2021, Issue 89, p1-33. 33p.

Abstract:En el presente trabajo se evalúan los efectos de la peste negra bajomedieval (1348-1351 AD) sobre los bosques y las actividades agroforestales de un valle intramontano de la Meseta sur española, a partir de análisis polínicos de alta resolución. Para c...

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Economic Inequality in Preindustrial Germany, ca. 1300–1850.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Economic History. Mar2022, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p87-125. 39p.

Abstract:This article provides an overview of wealth inequality in Germany during 1300–1850, introducing a novel database. We document four alternating phases of inequality decline and growth. The Black Death (1347–1352) led to inequality decline, until about 1...

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