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Lynteris, Christos - Ethnographic Plague, ebook

Ethnographic Plague

Lynteris, Christos


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Christos Lynteris
2. The Native Knowledge Hypothesis
Christos Lynteris
3. Medical Myths and Mythic Medicine
Christos Lynteris
4. Ethno-Geographic Entanglements
Christos Lynteris
5. Anthropological…

Pribyl, Kathleen - Farming, Famine and Plague, ebook

Farming, Famine and Plague

Pribyl, Kathleen


Table of contents
1. The Historical Climatology of Late Medieval England
Kathleen Pribyl
2. The Keeping of Agricultural Records in Late Medieval England
Kathleen Pribyl
3. The Medieval Grain Harvest
Kathleen Pribyl
4. Farming in Norfolk Around 1800
Kathleen Pribyl
5. A Reconstruction of Medieval

Seitz, Steve - Sherlock Holmes and the Plague of Dracula, ebook

Sherlock Holmes and the Plague of Dracula

Seitz, Steve


After Mina Murray asks Sherlock Holmes to locate her fiancee, Holmes and Watson travel to a land far eerier than the moors they had known when pursuing the Hound of the Baskervilles. The confrontation with Count Dracula threatens Holmes' health, his sanity,…

B. J. Harrison Reads The Scarlet Plague

B. J. Harrison Reads The Scarlet Plague

London, Jack


Sixty years ago, a plague wiped out mankind and only a handful of people managed to survive. The survivors established their own civilization and rules in the wild and destructed world. Now, sixty years later, an old man named James Howard Smith walks together with a young boy through the

Goldstein, Jack - The World's Deadliest Epidemics, ebook

The World's Deadliest Epidemics

Goldstein, Jack


From the plague of Justinian, through the Black Death and Spanish flu, to the 2015/16 Zika outbreak, the authors explore how each epidemic began, spread, and threatened to wipe us out. Although at times it may be a scary read, this fascinating book takes the reader

Hecker, J. F. C. - The Black Death and the Dancing Mania, ebook

The Black Death and the Dancing Mania

Hecker, J. F. C.


A 19th Century analysis of two of the 14th Century's most devastating pandemics: The Black Death, which is usually thought to be a form of bubonic plague, and the Dancing Mania, an unexplained epidemic that caused thousands of people to literally dance themselves to death.