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History of the Black Death - Full Documentary


The story of the Black Death is the story of a perfect storm. A massive pandemic and plague that devastated humanity. It is the tale of a lethal bacterium that had a powerful vector of transmission and found just the right conditions to kill off an estimated 200 million people world wide. This is the full documentary, chronicling it's incredible spread through Europe. = AN AMAZING THANK YOU = To all my Patreon supporters!! HELP OUT THE SHOW CONTRIBUTE ON PATREON: 🤍 Big Thanks to Embrace History for the Total War Anima Please check out his channel: 🤍 Huge shout out to Al Muqaddimah - Loving those Plague Docs! Also check out his channel!! 🤍 Also a great shout to History Marche who makes some of the best videos on YouTube and helped me create this. 🤍 A very big thanks to Know How as well! Check out his channel: 🤍 Also a big thumbs up to Havoc for his help with the thumbnail: 🤍 A big thank you to Taliaferro for contributing his Plague Doctor video clip! = DOWNLOAD THE ALL THE FREE PODCAST EPISODES: 🤍 FOR ANDEROID USERS: 🤍 FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK: 🤍 VISIT ON TWITTER: 🤍 = SOURCES The Great Mortality - John Kelly M U S I C LE DOCUMENTAIRE Arabic Music JOSS EDWARDS Sand and Sunburn OMRI LAHAV Peak of Atlas ANNO DOMINI Still Standing Archetype FILMSTRO Nanshan Lieutenant Drake (Bolero) Drums of War MULTI Tempest AAKASH GANDHI Dance of the U-Boat Spirit of the Dead PREMIUM MUSIC Building Intensity SUITE ESPANOLA - MUSOPEN ASTURIA WORLD MUSIC OFFICIAL Full Moon Night Golden Age Epic Middle Eastern War Music #plague #pandemic #blackdeath

The Black Death


A plague called the "Black Death" spread rapidly across Medieval Europe, killing millions of people. Using DNA testing and analysis, scientists have determined the disease is a strain of bacteria called Yersinia pestis.

Plague 101 | National Geographic


What is plague? How many people died from the Black Death and the other plague pandemics? Learn about the bacterium behind the plague disease, how factors like trade and urbanization caused it to spread to every continent except Antarctica, and how three devastating pandemics helped shape modern medicine. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Read more about Plague here: 🤍 Plague 101 | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍

What Made The Black Death (The Plague) so Deadly?


In modern times, if you get sick your parents take you to the doctor and you get some medicine to feel better, but in the fourteenth century illnesses like "The Black Death" would spread from town to town, wiping out entire villages of people. In today's educational animated video we look at what made "The Black Death" so deadly. How terrible was this SICKNESS and ILLNESS? What can we learn from the history about this disease? Is the pandemic truly gone or can it one day come back? In what year did the plague doctors actually appear? 🎬 MAKE VIDEOS LIKE OURS We use Envato Elements for vectors, templates, music and other things ► 🤍 Other videos we like: Could the Black Death (The Plague) Happen Again: 🤍 Plague Doctor by Simple History: 🤍 Who Were the Plague Doctors? I IT'S HISTORY 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO US ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES DISCORD ►🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC 🤍 📝 SOURCES: 🤍

Scientists Finally Discover the Origin of The Black Death


The Black Death killed around one-third or about 25 million people in Europe during the 1300s. This is a staggering number, which is why the Bubonic Plague was once the most feared disease in the world. Don't miss today's epic new video that reveals where the Black Death actually got started! 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES TikTok ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 Find more interesting stuff on: 🤍 📝 SOURCES:🤍 All videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise noted.

What Was The Black Death?


The outbreak of the Black Death in the 14th century decimated populations across Europe, Asia and Africa. This programme looks at: the symptoms of the disease, how it was caused and transmitted, and the role poor living conditions and a lack of medical knowledge played in its fast and far reaching spread. Prevailing and sometimes bizarre beliefs about its causes and cures are discussed in this stylised and at times gruesome presentation which is sure to capture viewer attention. About ClickView: We cover every level of learning - elementary, middle and high school - and are ready to help you and your students achieve greater outcomes. Browse ClickView's educational video library for free: 🤍 Try ClickView for free: Access thousands of curriculum-aligned videos and resources with a free trial: 🤍 Learn more about ClickView: For more information on ClickView's video library, please visit 🤍 #history #learning #teachingresources

What Is the Black Plague... And Should You Be Worried?


Yosemite National Park just shut down two campgrounds due to the plague. Should you be worried? Subscribe! 🤍 ‖ Twitter! 🤍 ‖ Tumblr! 🤍 ↓Want more info?↓ National Park Service Public Health Advisory: 🤍 The CDC on Plague: 🤍 🤍 WHO on Plague: 🤍 Host, Producer, Editor Anna Rothschild Writers Elizabeth Preston and Anna Rothschild DP, Sound Sam Stulin Jazz Bass Music Provided by APM IMAGES Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, California, USA Wikimedia Commons/Heiko von Raußendorff The black death. Watercolour by Monro S. Orr. Wellcome Images/Munro Scott Orr Danse macabre by Michael Wolgemut Wikimedia Commons/Michael Wolgemut Yersinia pestis fluorescent Wikimedia Commons/CDC CA Ground Squirrel on rock Wikimedia Commons/Howcheng Xenopsylla chepsis (oriental rat flea) Wikimedia Commons/CDC Plague -buboes Wikimedia Commons/CDC Acral gangrene due to plague Wikimedia Commons/CDC A rat leaving a ship via the mooring rope, thus spreading the plague. Drawing by A.L. Tarter, 194-Wellcome Images/ A.L. Tarter SFX Cockroaches Freesound/StateAardvark¬ (used with permission from author) Squeak Pack/squeak_10 Freesound/Corsica_S Jacob’s Ladder 007 Freesound/DJ Chronos MouthPop Freesound/HerbertBoland Produced by WGBH for PBS Digital Studios

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The Return of the Bubonic Plague


The black plague has broke out in Madagascar. In late 2013, a deadly outbreak of the plague hit small villages around the country killing dozens of people. Rumored to have taken root in overcrowded prisons, the disease has flourished amid Madagascar’s increasing poverty and poor waste management. Antibiotics to treat the disease have been developed and are available in most countries, but Madagascar’s rudimentary healthcare system has left a number of people stranded without care. *This video originally aired on VICE in 2014

How Did Bubonic Plague (Black Death) Actually End?


The death toll from the Bubonic plague was so high nearly a thrid of the world's population was wiped out from the deadly disease. But how did the Black Plague end and the world go back to normal? Check out today's new video as we go in time and find out what cause this deadly plague to disappear. 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES TikTok ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC 🤍 📝 SOURCES:🤍 All videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise noted.

Why plague doctors wore beaked masks


Explore the history of the European plague doctor, and find out where their iconic outfit of a beaked mask and robe came from. The year is 1656. Your body is wracked by violent chills. Your head pounds and you're too weak to sit up. In your feverish state, you see a strange-looking man wearing a beak-like mask, his body covered from head to toe. Without seeing his face, you know: you have the plague. So, where did these iconic outfits come from? Stephanie Honchell Smith explores the history of plague doctors. Directed by Anton Bogaty. This video made possible in collaboration with Gates Ventures Learn more about how TED-Ed partnerships work: 🤍 Support Our Non-Profit Mission Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Check out our merch: 🤍 Connect With Us Sign up for our newsletter: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Find us on Twitter: 🤍 Peep us on Instagram: 🤍 Keep Learning View full lesson: 🤍 Dig deeper with additional resources: 🤍 Animator's website: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you this video would not be possible! Chin Beng Tan, Tom Boman, Karen Warner, Iryna Panasiuk, Aaron Torres, Eric Braun, Sonja Worzewski, Michael Clement, Adam Berry, Ghaith Tarawneh, Nathan Milford, Tomas Beckett, Alice Ice, Eric Berman, Kurt Paolo Sevillano, Jennifer Heald, Megulo Abebe, isolwi, Kate Sem, Ujjwal Dasu, Angel Alberici, Minh Quan Dinh, Sylvain, Terran Gimpel, Talia Sari, Katie McDowell, Allen, Mahina Knuckles, Charmaine Hanson, Thawsitt, Jezabel, Abdullah Abdulaziz, Xiao Yu, Melissa Suarez, Brian A. Dunn, Francisco Amaya, Daisuke Goto, Matt Switzler, Peng, Tzu-Hsiang, Bethany Connor, Jeremy Shimanek, Mark Byers, Avinash Amarnath, Xuebicoco, Rayo, Po Foon Kwong, Boffin, Jesse Jurman, Scott Markley and Elija Peterson.

The Plague That Nearly Destroyed London | The Great Plague | Timeline


The Great Plague of 1665 killed 100,000 Londoners – one in three of the people living in the city. While kept diaries have provided terrifying testaments to the horrors of that summer, other stories have been hidden in the archives of London churches for centuries. Rare documents unearthed in some of the cities oldest places of worship now tell the story of what it was like for an ordinary person, more often than not living in poverty, as the plague swept through London. This factual drama follows the lives of those living in Cock and Key Alley, one of the dank and dismal yards squeezed between Fleet Street and the Thames – and brings to life 17th Century London at one of its most frightening moments. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service, at a huge discount using the code 'TIMELINE' -ᐳ 🤍 You can find more from us on: 🤍 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍

The past, present and future of the bubonic plague - Sharon N. DeWitte


View full lesson: 🤍 The bubonic plague, which killed around 1/5 of the world’s population in the 14th century, is still around today but it now claims only a few thousand lives each year. How did that number shrink so drastically? Sharon N. DeWitte investigates the causes and effects of the black death and explains how knowing this information can help us prepare for any future outbreaks of the disease. Lesson by Sharon N. DeWitte, animation by Steff Lee.

The Mystery Of The Village That Beat The Black Death | Riddle Of The Plague Survivors | Chronicle


The Black Death’s reign of terror lasted for more than 400 years. By culling up to 50% of the population of Europe, the Great Plague guaranteed its place in the history books. Yet while accounts of the Black Death have focused graphically on those who died, the stories of those who survived have gone untold. Until now. The Riddle of the Plague Survivors focuses on those who walked away unaffected. Could this village be the first example of quarantining to avoid disease? How could anyone survive in the face of what is described as one of the most pathogenic bacterial agents known to humankind? This 60-minute documentary traces the work of American geneticist Steven O’Brien as he follows his hunch that genes are at the heart of this mystery. Welcome to Chronicle; your home for all things medieval history! With documentaries covering everything from the collapse of the Roman Empire to the beginnings of the Renaissance, from Hastings to Charlemagne, we'll be exploring everything the Middle Ages have to offer. Subscribe now so you don't miss out! Chronicle is part of the History Hit Network. To get in touch please email owned-enquiries🤍 It's like Netflix for history... 📺 Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'CHRONICLE' 👉 🤍

The UNTOLD SECRETS Of The Black Plague


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Why the Bubonic Plague Still Exists Today


When you think of the Plague, the Black Death of the 14th century, with its medieval cities overrun with rats and creepy plague masks, probably comes to mind. But the Plague isn't a disease of the past; it's still very much around. » Subscribe to Seeker! 🤍 » Watch more SICK | 🤍 » Visit our shop at 🤍 There are actually three major types of plague depending on what part of the body is affected. Septicemic, pneumonic, and bubonic, which is what we think of when we hear “the plague” since it’s the most common type. Symptoms may include fever, chills, body aches, nausea, and vomiting, all of which can usually take anywhere between one to seven days to pop up. But probably the most important thing to keep in mind is that timing here is crucial, because things can go downhill quickly if treatment isn’t started immediately. And that goes for all three types of plague. If treatment for bubonic plague doesn’t work or is administered too late or if the bubonic stage doesn’t occur, the bacteria can continue its spread from the lymph nodes into the bloodstream, where it starts to multiply. #bubonicplague #plague #disease #health #seeker #science #sick Read More: How the Plague Reshaped the World 🤍 "This apocalyptic pestilence became known as the “black death” because infected people often developed buboes, swollen lymph nodes in the groin and neck, that turned black. Europe’s population was halved in four years. But that doesn’t cover the half of it. The pandemic also swept through Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Some estimates of mortality go as high as two hundred million. Yes the Bubonic Plague Is Still Around, Why You Don’t Need to Worry 🤍 "Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be frightening to imagine another disease spreading across the globe — especially one as infamous as the bubonic plague. But, fortunately, we’re in the clear." Plague: A Scourge From Ancient to Modern Times 🤍 "Throughout history, urban rats have been the most dangerous plague-carriers to humans. Infected rat fleas can transmit Yersinia pestis to humans through their bites. Wild animals can catch plague through eating infected animals. " SICK is a series that looks at how diseases actually work inside our body. We'll talk to top researchers and doctors to uncover the mysteries of viruses, bacteria, and our own immune system. Seeker empowers the curious to understand the science shaping our world. We tell award-winning stories about the natural forces and groundbreaking innovations that impact our lives, our planet, and our universe. Visit the Seeker website 🤍 Subscribe now! 🤍 Seeker on Twitter 🤍 Seeker on Facebook 🤍 Seeker 🤍

Medieval Misconceptions: THE BLACK DEATH, one of the worst pandemics of history


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Black Death 'plague pit' found in London


Archaeologists have uncovered a mass grave in London believed to be filled with victims of the 14th century Black Death. For more CNN videos, visit our site at 🤍

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How You Could Have Survived the Black Plague


The Black Death is a plague that changed the world. As the most profound epidemic in human history, the plague claimed the lives of millions, with nearly half of Europe's population perishing from the disease. Some feared they were living through the apocalypse amidst the chaotic upheaval, while others turned to sinful pleasure during the plague to distract from the horror. And as for what happened to victims of the plague, well, it wasn't opportune. Surviving the Black Death wasn't easy. How did someone protect themselves from it and who did they blame when they got sick? What happened to their body as the infection spread? The only certainty was demise; after all, bubonic plague in the Middle Ages didn't spare anyone: monks and nuns perished alongside mothers and their children, rich men, and even royalty. Here's how plague victims lived day-to-day. #blackplague #blackdeath #weirdhistory

Weird Cures for the Black Plague - Candied Horseradish


As cures for the Black Plague go, candied horseradish seems tame when compared to the treatment I discuss in this episode. I also show you how to make a 15th Century candied horseradish which is surprisingly delicious. Help Support the Channel with Patreon: 🤍 FOOD CURES FOR THE BLACK DEATH 🤍 BOOKS AND VIDEOS ON THE BLACK DEATH The Great Mortality: An Intimate History of the Black Death, the Most Devastating Plague of All Time - 🤍 Great Courses: The Black Death - The World's Most Devastating Plague - 🤍 In The Wake Of The Plague - 🤍 Follow Tasting History with Max Miller here: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 CANDIED HORSERADISH (15th Century Spanish Recipe) ORIGINAL 15TH CENTURY RECIPE (Translated) Take the horseradish and scrape it and make it clean with water. And then chop it all finely, and then put it on the fire with water and add a good handful of salt and boil it enough so that it is very soft. And then take it and put it in cold water for nine days, changing the water each day. And, once all the salt is removed, have your honey made, and, well skimmed as it is said before, add it all to the honey or syrup and boil it rapidly so that the syrup is done when it makes threads. And for one pound of horseradish one pound of honey is enough. INGREDIENTS - 80-90g fresh horseradish - 1 cup honey OR - 1/2 cup sugar - 1/4 cup water MODERN METHOD (Based on an interpretation by Daniel Meyers of 🤍 1. Wash and scrape horseradish until it's clean and white. 2. Slice horseradish into 2 in long strips (about 1/8th inch thick) 3. Boil horseradish in a small pot for 30 - 40 minutes (add water if needed to prevent scorching) 4. Drain hot water and transfer horseradish to a small bowl of cold water. Changing the water every hour, leave the horseradish to soak for 6-8 hours; alternatively, follow the original recipe and soak for 9 days changing the water daily. (I have found it doesn't not effect the taste enough to warrant 9 days of work) 5. Set your honey to boiling or create syrup with sugar and water and then boil. 6. Once boiling, add your horseradish (minus the water), and allow to boil for 10 minutes, or until the syrup/honey creates thin threads when a piece is taken from the pot. 7. Transfer to a wire rack to cool. 8. Serve it forth. SOURCES Medieval Cookery - 🤍 Amazon offers a small commission on products sold through their affiliate links, so each purchase made from this link, whether this product or another, will help to support this channel with no additional cost to you. #tastinghistory #theplague #theblackdeath

The Black Death & How It Ravaged Europe | Medieval Documentary


The disease known as the plague has been stalking humanity for over 5,000 years, and there have been many outbreaks. In fact, there have been three pandemics caused by the bacillus bacterium Yersinia Pestis. The first was in the 6th century. It devastated the Byzantine Empire and was known as The Plague of Justinian. The third began in China in the mid-19th century and quickly spread throughout the world. But it is the plague that began in 1346 which killed more than 50 million people in just seven years that we refer to as the ‘Black Death’. The Middle Ages was a time of superstition, religious fanaticism and ignorance and so they thought it was the end of the world. In reality it was the largest pandemic in the history of humanity. 0:00 Introduction 1:13 How did it spread? 2:33 Where did it start? 5:30 What were the symptoms? 8:17 Italy – Europe’s Front Line 12:40 Anarchy 18:37 The Wrath of God? 20:59 The Blame Game 24:06 Massacre 26:39 A Corruption of the Air 31:48 The End of Feudalism 🎶🎶 Music by CO.AG: 🤍 Narrated by James Wade Edited by James Wade & Adam Longster Thank you for watching. DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement is intended. If you are, or represent the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, please email us at info🤍 Copyright © 2022 Top5s All rights reserved.

Here's How The Black Plague Finally Ended


It may seem that the world has gone haywire since the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, but pandemics and plagues have been a common feature of history for many centuries. Throughout history, there have been plenty of plagues that have wiped out populations and brought kingdoms to their knees, like the infamous Black Death, also known as the Black Plague. One of the worst waves of the Black Plague devasted Europe and Africa from 1346 to 1353. It's by far one of the most fatal pandemics in human history, killing millions of people. But why is it no longer so virulent? This is how the Black Plague finally ended its reign of terror. #BlackPlague #History #Historical Read Full Article: 🤍

People Eat Raw Marmot Meat And Die From The Bubonic Plague #funfact


Even though the Mongolian, Chinese and Russian governments constantly warn people not to hunt or eat Mongolian Marmots because they cause the plague, every year someone doesn’t listen, eats a marmot and dies of the bubonic plague.

What Caused The Black Death? | Bubonic Plague | The Dr Binocs Show | Peekaboo Kidz


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The Return of the Black Death: The Plague of Children


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The Return of the Black Death: VICE Reports (Full Length)


The black plague has broke out in Madagascar. In late 2013, a deadly outbreak of the plague hit small villages around the country killing dozens of people. Rumored to have taken root in overcrowded prisons, the disease has flourished amid Madagascar’s increasing poverty and poor waste management. Antibiotics to treat the disease have been developed and are available in most countries, but Madagascar’s rudimentary healthcare system has left a number of people stranded without care. Read Now: Black Death Returns to Madagascar: 🤍 Check out the next VICE Reports: Dog Days of Yulin - 🤍 Click to watch more VICE Reports: 🤍 Click here to subscribe to VICE: 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 Like VICE on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE on Twitter: 🤍 Read our tumblr: 🤍 Follow us on instagram: 🤍

The Website Where You Can Order The Bubonic Plague


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Secrets of the Black Death - by Nature Video


The Black Death pandemic swept across Europe in the mid-14th century killing about half the population. It was caused by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis. This strain of bacteria is still around today, but intriguingly it causes far fewer deaths. To find out why, researchers reconstructed a medieval Yersinia pestis genome and compared it to the genomes of contemporary strains. The team, led by German scientist Johannes Krause, made use of recent technological advances in DNA recovery and analysis to examine DNA from the skeletons of four individuals buried in East Smithfield in London, a well-known medieval burial site for victims of the Black Death. Read the original research paper here: 🤍 And read the feature here: 🤍

The Black Death


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The DEADLIEST Disease in History - The Black Death


The Black Death, or Bubonic Plague, is arguably the deadliest disease in human history. at its peak during the 14th Century, it devastated Asia, the Middle East and Europe. An estimated 100 to150 million people died over a few short years, at a time where the world’s population was around 350 million. Those infected by the plague would die in only a few days, often in extreme agony, unaware of the cause and unable to receive any meaningful treatment.

Impact of the Black Death | Timewatch | BBC Studios


The Timewatch investigation into the cause of the Black Death reaches Walsham le Willows in Suffolk where records show that this 14th century epidemic moved at a far greater speed than its 19th century counterpart, the bubonic plague. This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: 🤍

Weird Plague 'Cures' (The Black Death)


The Bubonic plague, more commonly known as the Black Death due to the black ‘buboes’ that would swell in the armpits and groins of victims, decimated the population of Europe during the Middle Ages, from 1347 to 1351. As the plague's death toll increased and people continued to be struck down by the disease throughout Europe and entire families were being wiped out, plague doctors began to get desperate and creative with so-called plague “cures.” These are some of those ‘cures’ Become a Simple History member: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Copyright: DO NOT translate and re-upload our content on Youtube or other social media. SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get the Simple History books on Amazon: 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA 🤍 Amazon UK 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credit: Created by Daniel Turner Narrator: Chris Kane 🤍 Sources: 🤍

Symptoms of "Black Death" -- The Doctors


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London's Dreadful Visitation: The Black Death and The Great Plague


I've been thinking about what happens after a plague recently. Sorry about the audio issues- I'm dealing with some stuff right now and simply don't have the brainspace to go back and redo it. This is the first video with credited patrons! If you'd like to join them, the link is here: 🤍 Find my TikTok here: 🤍 Book tours with me here: 🤍 Info on the Charterhouse Square and Liverpool Street excavations: 🤍 🤍 Covid stats can be found here: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:47 The Black Death 06:56 The Great Plague 12:19 Yersinia pestis

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