Posted on June 2, 2012 by Tony McMahon
Plague. The silent killer of the Middle Ages terrified people and rightly so. Medicine was rudimentary and in the face of a viral assassin like the Bubonic Plague – largely useless. Prayer was a common recourse but if you were…
Category: Templar History
Tags: black death, Bubonic Plague, Colorado, Decameron, florence, Giovanni Boccaccio, god, Infectious disease, middle ages
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