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Plague in the Ancient and Medieval World
The word 'plague', in defining a lethal epidemic, was coined by...
Persecution of Jews during the Black Death
Medieval manuscript Gilles Li Muisis, c. 1350 CE MS 13076-77...
Triumph of Death, Fresco
Fresco from the Palazzo Sclafani (Palermo), c. 1446 CE, now in...
Temple of Apollo, Delphi
The remains of the temple of Apollo, Delphi (4th century BCE...
Church of St Mary at Mount Naranco (year 848)
The church of St Mary at Mount Naranco is a Roman Catholic, Asturian...
Citizens of Tournai Bury Their Dead
Miniature from a folio of the Antiquitates Flandriae, depicting...
Danse Macabre in St. Mary's Church, Beram
"Dance of the Dead" fresco from the Church of St. Mary in Beram...
Roman Skull with Obol in Mouth
Upon death, ancient Greek culture called for placing a coin, or...
Posited Cyclicality of Life for an Ancient Egyptian
Figure 1: Regenerating nature of life, with the teleological ‘arrow’...
History's Deadliest Pandemics
A diagram showing the relative estimated deaths from various pandemics...
Three Doctors Attend a Man with the Plague
Woodcutting of a plague-stricken man lying in bed, attended by...
17th Century CE Depiction of Plague Doctor
A depiction of "Doctor Schnabel" ("Schnabel" is literally German...