Recovery from the Black Death in late-medieval Britain and Ireland

Recovery from the Black Death in late-medieval Britain and Ireland

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 3rd Sep 2021

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The first wave of the plague to hit Britain and Ireland in 1348 took millions of lives, and ultimately led to a colossal population collapse. However, as further waves of plague washed over these shores, fresh modes of thought and new social, legal, economic and cultural opportunities and challenges emerged for the survivors and subsequent generations.

Exploring the records of church and state, join our Principal Records Specialist, Paul Dryburgh as he examines how the royal government, communities and individuals dealt with dramatically changed circumstances and how the country attempted to recover from living with the pandemic.


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2021-09-03 2021-09-03 Europe/London Recovery from the Black Death in late-medieval Britain and Ireland Exploring the records of church and state, Paul Dryburgh examines how society dealt with dramatically changed circumstances and how the country attempted to recover from the pandemic. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2021/09/03/recovery-from-the-black-death-in-late-medieval-britain-and-ireland-273616 ,,,

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