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Titre Ancient Plague Identified [audiorecording] / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Éditeur Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2014
 
 
Collection Quirks & Quarks
Sujet anglais Plague
Plague -- History -- To 1500
Epidemics
Black Death
History
World history
Science
Biology
Medical sciences
Collaboration McDonald, Bob host
Handman, Jim producer
Lebans, Jim producer
Chung, Emily producer
Crawley, Mark producer
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Description 1 streaming audio file (08 min 10 sec)
Durée 000810
Note From the Curio.ca streaming audio-visual collection.
Available for the subscribers of Bibliothèques de Montréal [QMBM]
Producer: Handman, Jim ; Producer: Lebans, Jim ; Producer: Chung, Emily ; Producer: Crawley, Mark.
Distribution Host: McDonald, Bob.
Résumé Eight hundred years before the notorious Black Death plague, another pandemic devastated Europe. The Justinian plague wiped out up to half the population and is thought to have contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire. But not that much had been known about it - until now. Dr. Hendrik Poinar, an evolutionary geneticist at McMaster University, analysed the teeth of people thought to have died of the Justinian Plague. He managed to uncover its cause: Yersinia pestis, the same bacteria responsible for the Black Death. But it is a completely different strain than the one that caused the Black Death, and it is now extinct.
Note Mode of access : Web
Langue In English.
Note Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Type doc. Internet resource
Note Episode Title : Ancient Plague Identified
   
   
   
 
 
   
   

 
 
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