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“The Long Black Death”: New Perspectives

To coincide with the Society for Medieval Archaeology 2019 Annual Conference, we are pleased to offer you free access to this special collection.

Articles relate to and engage with the conference theme, “The Long Black Death”: New Perspectives, and include several relevant pieces from other Routledge journals. All articles in this collection are free to read until 31st August 2019.

The Society for Medieval Archaeology exists to further the study of the period from the 5th to the 16th century AD by publishing a journal of international standing dealing primarily with the archaeological evidence, a monograph series, and by other means of communication such as its newsletter and website, holding regular meetings and arranging conferences.

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ArticleAuthorJournalYear
Work and the Adolescent in Medieval England ad 900–1550: The Osteological EvidenceMary Lewis
Medieval Archaeology
2016
The Archaeology of the Peasant Land Market in Pre-Plague England c ad 1290–1350: A Way ForwardColin Platt
Medieval Archaeology
2016
The Lives and Deaths of Young Medieval Women: The Osteological EvidenceFiona Shapland, Mary Lewis & Rebecca Watts
Medieval Archaeology
2015
Pollen, Plague & Protestants: The Medieval Monastery of Þingeyrar (Þingeyraklaustur) in Northern IcelandScott J. Riddell et al
Environmental Archaeology
2018
Boccaccio and the doctors: medicine and compassion in the face of plagueShona Kelly Wray
Journal of Medieval History
2012
The black death in Aragon, 1348–1351Melanie V. Shirk
Journal of Medieval History
2012
The black death in county DurhamRichard Lomas
Journal of Medieval History
2012
Plague without rats: The case of fifteenth-century IcelandGunnar Karlsson
Journal of Medieval History
2012
The Black Death in the diocese of Ely: The evidence of the bishop's registerJohn Aberth
Journal of Medieval History
1995
The Impact of the Black Death on Peasant Economy in England, 1350-1500H. Kitsikopoulos
Journal of Peasant Studies
2010
Plague, Demographic Upheaval and Civilisational Decline: Ibn Khaldūn and Muḥammad al-Shaqūrī on the Black Death in North Africa and Islamic SpainRussell Hopley
Landscapes
2016
The Diseased Landscape: Medieval and Early Modern PlaguescapesLori Jones
Landscapes
2016
The transmission of the Black Death to western Europe: a critical review of the existing evidenceHans Ditrich
Mediterranean Historical Review
2017
The Black Death: Its origin and routes of disseminationKristina Lenz & Nils Hybel
Scandinavian Journal of History
2016
The possible influence of climate on the bubonic plague in ScotlandKirsty Duncan
Scottish Geographical Magazine
1992

Medieval Archaeology

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