Plague, Public Health and Democracy: Pistoia Responds to the Black Death



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2 Herlihy, “Population, Plague and Social Change in Rural Pistoia, 1201-1430”, 230.

3 Herlihy, “Population, Plague and Social Change in Rural Pistoia, 1201-1430”, 234.

4 Hyde, Society and Politics in Medieval Italy, 2.

5 Larner, Italy in the Age of Dante and Petrarch, 1216-1380, 153.

6 Herlihy, Medieval and Renaissance Pistoia, 1200-1430, 172.

7 Hyde, Society and Politics in Medieval Italy, 118.

8 Waley, The Italian City-Republics, 60.

9 Cipolla, Public Health and the Medical Profession in the Renaissance, 88.

10 Herlihy, Medieval and Renaissance Pistoia,, 235.

11 Herlihy, Medieval and Renaissance Pistoia,, 249.

12 Herlihy, Lopez and Slessarev, Economy, Society and Government in Medieval Italy, 249.

13 Herlihy, Lopez and Slessarev, Economy, Society and Government in Medieval Italy ,249, bottom of page.

14 Waley, The Italian City-Republics, 68.

15 Fischer, The Great Wave, 46.

16 Herlihy, The Black Death and the Transformation of the West, 3.

17 Cohn, The Black Death Transformed, “Annales Pistoienses, Col. 524”, 90.

18 Cohn, The Black Death Transformed, 111.

19 Villani, Chronicles , 321.

20 Podesta: Powerful single executive in a commune. Gradually lost power to Popolo.

21 Hyde, Society and Politics in Medieval Italy, 141.

22 Horrox, The Black Death, 194.

23 Cipolla, Public Health and the Medical Profession in the Renaissance, 11.

24 Gallagher, “Public Health and Social Medicine”.

25 Ziegler, The Black Death, 56.

26 Dean, The Towns of Italy in the Later Middle Ages, 111.

27 Herlihy, “Population, Plague and Social Change in Rural Pistoia, 1201-1430”, 240-241.

28 Hyde, Society and Politics in Medieval Italy, 94.





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