The Black Death: A History of Plagues 1345-1730

The Black Death: A History of Plagues 1345-1730 The Black Death: A History of Plagues 1345-1730
by William G. Naphy, Andrew Spicer
Vote: 4.6 stars out of 5
October 1st 2000 by Tempus Publishing, Limited, 0752417940, English

The Black Death: A History of Plagues 1345-1730 review:

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