The Black Death was not as widespread or catastrophic as long thought

Burying Black Death Victims in Tournai, Belgium. Gilles Li Muisis, Annales, Bibliothèque Royal de Belgique, MS 13076-77, f. 24v.
 A new study sheds news light on a historical plague, write Adam Izdebski, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History; Alessia Masi, Sapienza University of Rome, and Timothy P Newfield, Georgetown University In popular imagination, the Black Death is the most devastating pandemic to have ever hit Europe. Between 1346 and 1353, plague

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