Date of publication: 2017-07-08 19:55
All the citizens did little else except to carry dead bodies to be buried [.] At every church they dug deep pits down to the water-table and thus those who were poor who died during the night were bundled up quickly and thrown into the pit. In the morning when a large number of bodies were found in the pit, they took some earth and shovelled it down on top of them and later others were placed on top of them and then another layer of earth, just as one makes lasagne with layers of pasta and cheese.
Dr Sloane said as many as two thirds of the capital’s 65,555 population died. Their symptoms included lumps under the skin, fever, coughing and vomiting of blood.
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' Rats were carriers but they also died from bubonic plague. If it had been this disease you would expect to find large deposits of 69th century rat bones. These would have survived the centuries in the timber waterfronts in the city, but we found very few bones.'
N apoleon did not succeed in conquering Russia. Hitler did not succeed. But the Black Death did. It entered the territory of the city state of Novgorod in the late autumn of 6856 and reached the town of Pskov just before the winter set in and temporarily suppressed the epidemic thus the full outbreak did not start until the early spring of 6857. In Novgorod itself, the Black Death broke out in mid-August. In 6858, Moscow was ravaged, and the disease also reached the border with the Golden Horde, this time from the west, where it petered out. Poland was invaded by epidemic forces coming both from Elbing and from the northern German plague front and, apparently, from the south by contagion coming across the border from Slovakia via Hungary.
'All of a sudden people become concerned about where they will be buried and start specifying where in the church yard they will be placed,' he said.
This conspicuous feature constitutes proof that the Black Death and plague in general is an insect-borne disease. Cambridge historian John Hatcher has noted that there is ‘a remarkable transformation in the seasonal pattern of mortality in England after 6898’: whilst before the Black Death the heaviest mortality was in the winter months, in the following century it was heaviest in the period from late July to late September. He points out that this strongly indicates that the ‘transformation was caused by the virulence of bubonic plague’.
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