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The first five chapters explore a rich array of archival and printed sources that span from 1542, the time of the first plague conspiracy, to 1571. The last chapter is entirely devoted to the diffusion of the plague-spreading phenomenon in other regions of Switzerland and Europe, discussing documented cases in Lausanne, Neuchâtel, the territory of the duchy of Savoy, Lyon, and Milan itself.

Plague spreads as fleas move from relatively resistant rodents, which serve as maintenance hosts, to an array of more susceptible rural .

Plague spreads as fleas move from relatively resistant rodents, which serve as maintenance hosts, to an array of more susceptible rural mammals, now called amplifying hosts. William G Naphy, Plagues, poisons and potions: plague-spreading conspiracies in the western Alps c. 1530–1640, Social and Cultural Values in Early Modem Europe, Manchester University Press, 2002, pp. xiii, 242, £5. 0 (hardback 0-7190-4640-8), £1. 9 (paperback 0-7190-4641-6). Volume 47 Issue 2 - Samuel K Cohn. Plagues, poisons and potions: plague-spreading conspiracies in the western Alps c. 1530–1640.

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William Naphy’s profile on The Conversation. In addition to numerous articles and essays, he is the author of Calvin and the Consolidation of the Genevan Reformation and Plagues, Poisons, and Potions: Plague-Spreading Conspiracies in the Western Alps, c. He has also authored a number of works aimed at a more general audience. These include Plague: Black Death and Pestilence in Europe (now translated into French, German, Italian and Polish), Sex Crimes from Renaissance to Enlightenment (with a German translation) and Born to be Gay: A History of Homosexuality (recently translated into both Portuguese and Spanish).

Naphy, William . 1960-. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Publication, Distribution, et. Manchester ; New York. Manchester University Press; New York. Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, (c)2002. Physical Description: xi, 242 p. : maps ;, 24 cm. Title: Social and cultural values in early modern Europe. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Plagues, Poisons and Potions contains a detailed study of this fascinating .

Plagues, Poisons and Potions contains a detailed study of this fascinating phenomenon associated with the Plague. It examines the courts and the part played by torture, as well as considering the socio-economic conditions of the workers, highlighting an early modern form of 'class warfare'. Naphy, WG 2002, Plagues, Poisons and Potions: Plague-Spreading Conspiracies in the Western Alps . 530-1640. Manchester University Press, Manchester, United Kingdom. Plagues, Poisons and Potions : Plague-Spreading Conspiracies in the Western Alps . Manchester, United Kingdom : Manchester University Press, 2002.

Plagues, Poisons, and Potions: Plague-spreading Conspiracies in the Western Alps, c. 1530–1640 examines the sixteenth-century outbreaks of bubonic plague in Geneva. City records indicate that hospital staffers (often societal outcasts shunted into the thankless task of caring for plague victims) conspired to spread infected clothing and mixtures containing fluids from the dead to those they wished to victimize

With the 16th and 17th Century outbreaks of the Plague, came the arrests and executions of many hospital workers who were accused of conspiring to spread the disease. Plagues, Poisons and Potions contains a detailed study of this fascinating phenomenon associated with the Plague. It examines the courts and the part played by torture, as well as considering the socio-economic conditions of the workers, highlighting an early modern form of 'class warfare'.
Plagues, Poisons and Potions: Plague Spreading Conspiracies in the Western Alps c.1530-1640 download epub
Europe
Author: William G. Naphy
ISBN: 0719046408
Category: History
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Manchester University Press (May 3, 2002)
Pages: 242 pages