The Black death

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Manchester University Press, Oct 15, 1994 - History - 364 pages
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This source book traces, through contemporary writings, the calamitous impact of the Black Death in Europe, with particular reference to its spread across England from 1345 to 1349.

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User Review  - Amy Durreson - Goodreads

An invaluable desktop reference book. :D If you're writing a novel about the Black Death, that is. This is an excellent compendium of primary sources from the Black Death in Europe. Clearly organised and with useful introductions to each of the three sections. Read full review

Review: The Black Death

User Review  - Goodreads

An invaluable desktop reference book. :D If you're writing a novel about the Black Death, that is. This is an excellent compendium of primary sources from the Black Death in Europe. Clearly organised and with useful introductions to each of the three sections. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Rosemary Horrox is Fellow in History, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge and lectures and writes extensively on later medieval English History. She is the author of Richard III: A Study of Service (1989) and of The Black Death (1994) and editor of Fifteenth-Century Attitudes (1994) and Beverley Minster: An Illustrated History (2000).

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