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historical relation of the plague at Marseilles in the year 1720
Jean Baptiste Bertrand
Reprint of 1805 ed. printed for J. Mawman, In the Poultry, London.
|Statement||J.-B. Bertrand ; translated by Anne Plumptre ; with an introd. by J.N. Biraben.|
|Series||Pioneers of demography|
|Contributions||Plumptre, Anne, 1760-1818|
|LC Classifications||RC178F9 M22 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 384 p. --|
|Number of Pages||384|
In , with the news of the plague in Marseille still fresh, Daniel Defoe published A Journal of the Plague Year. But instead of dealing with the events in . UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA The plague of Marseille in Painting after the picture of De Troy (The knight Roze makes remove by convicts the corpes of the plague victims). Paris, Institut Pasteur. BRA (Photo by Branger/Roger Viollet via Getty Images).
Map of Provence showing the spread of plague from Marseille to the entire county, between and White lines indicate the spread of plague at different periods of time (1, spread of plague in Marseille during summer ; 2 and 3, spread of plague to other areas of Provence between summer and summer ; and 4, spread of plague Cited by: 9. The earliest entry in the Facebook post is , which could refer to the Great Plague of Marseille. The plague broke out in the southern French port city in after arriving via a trading ship.
In a two-year period, 50, of Marseille's 90, population died, and an additio people died as the plague spread north, eventually reaching Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Apt and Toulon. Walling off Provence. One great, and ultimately futile, project to protect part of Provence from the plague . Outbreak of plague in Sweden and Finland Plague in Marseilles Defoe publishes A journal of the Plague Year, a fictional account of the London outbreak Plague in the Balkans; lasts about 2 years Note: While the plague spread through most of Western Europe, not all areas were uniformly devastated by the epidemic.
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This account of the advent and course of plague at Marseilles in highlights the full impact of plague on this prosperous city, the most important port of.
The Black Death in Marseilles In the spring ofthe bubonic plague arrived in the southern port city of Marseilles, France.
When onboil-covered bodies arrived aboard a Syrian ship in the French port of Marseilles, a quarantine was immediately put into effect. A historical relation of the plague at Marseilles in the year containing a circumstantial account of the rise and progress of the calamity, and the ravages it occasioned; with many curious and interesting particulars relative to that period.
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To which is added, a journal of the plague at Marseilles, in the year Medicine & Health Science Books @ The plague, chiefly an urban disease that was deadliest in summer and dreaded as a sentence of death, could be combated only by measures of quarantine such as those enforced around Marseille inwhen it made its last appearance in France.
Marseille lost a significant portion of its population during the Great Plague of Marseille inbut the population recovered by mid century.
In the city became a focal point of the French Revolution and was the birthplace of France's national anthem, La Marseillaise.
This list of books about the Plague is sponsored by THE LAST HOURS by Minette Walter. When the Black Death enters England inno one knows what manner of sickness it is. Fear grips the people as they come to believe that the plague is a punishment for : Holly Genovese.
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