In 1347, Europe will experience the largest plague epidemic in its history. It is spreading everywhere, on all territories, in all houses, across all strata of the population ... How then to limit the spread of the epidemic? How did this disease change the face of Europe and even of the Middle Ages? We explain the ins and outs of this disaster through this beautiful episode made with Tony Livet!
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SIGNOLI Michel, La peste noire, PUF, 2018
HERLIHY David, The black plague and the mutation of the West, Gérard Monfort Editeur, 1999
BOIS Guy, The great medieval depression. XIV and XV centuries. The precedent of a systemic crisis, PUF, 2000
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