The Black Death In Pandemic Part 2 we saw how the Justinian Plague opened up the former Roman Colony of Britannia to domination by the more plague resilient Sub-Roman “English” … Continue reading Pandemic (Part 3)
In Part 1 of this series we spoke about the first Plague Pandemic for which there is reliable evidence. This took place at the end of the Neolithic/beginning of the … Continue reading Pandemic (Part 2)
An endemic plague was responsible for at least 7 percent of deaths in burials across the Eurasian steppe five thousand years ago.
…..the Cuddeford name, like many in England, therefore, in a very real way, owes its origins to a Mongol Khan’s attack on a Genoese trading outpost in the South of Russia.