Biology of man in history: selections from the Annales, économies, sociétés, civilisations

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The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975 - History - 205 pages
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Eight articles by authorities on medical and social history discusses changing attitudes toward marriage and birth control, medical, geographical, and psychological aspects of diseases, the diet of various social classes in the medieval Levant, and propos

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J N Biraben and Jacques Le Goff The Plague in the Early Middle
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JeanPierre Peter Disease and the Sick at the End of the Eight
81
Eliyahu Ashtor An Essay on the Diet of the Various Classes in
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