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DVD CB 355 P53 2006 (HEU)

 

 
The Plague
Main Title: The Plague [electronic resource (video)] / A&E Television Networks, LLC


Genre/Form: Educational films and internet videos


Contents: Black Death (2:29) -- Royal Betrothal (1:49) -- Corruption in the Church (2:44) -- Mongol Plague (2:36) -- Princess Joan's Preparation for Journey (3:13) -- Mongols Spread Plague (1:56) -- Plague Reaches Sicily (3:15) -- Contagion Across Europe (2:43) -- God's Punishment (3:03) -- Source of the Disease (2:04) -- Rapid Spread of Black Death (1:48) -- Search for DNA of Plague Victims (2:20) -- Black Death in Sicily and Italy (1:49) -- Plague Arrives in Marseille (3:01) -- Escape of the Nobility (1:24) -- Last Rites (3:25) -- Mass Graves (3:23) -- Surgeon's Notes on the Black Death (2:04) -- Princess Joan and the Black Death (1:17) -- Extreme Measures/Extreme Times (3:44) -- To Purge Sin (2:25) -- Flagellant Movement Expands (3:11) -- Jews as Scapegoats (2:35) -- Slaughter of the Jews (1:13) -- Authorities vs. Flagellants (3:37) -- Plague Loses Strength (2:10) -- Death Toll (2:22) -- Aftermath of the Plague (1:52) -- Strength and Hope of Survivors (2:23) -- Catholic Church's Loss of Power (1:50) -- Expansion of Scientific Knowledge (0:55) -- Italy's Abundance (2:28) -- Internal Wars and Rise of Technology (2:37) -- Danse Macabre (1:33) -- Resilience of the Human Race (0:50) -- Plague in the United States (2:20) -- Modern Microbes (5:16) -- Credits: The Plague (0:21)


Notes: Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on September 06, 2012. Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware


Summary: It starts like the common cold. Then comes fever, baseball-sized black swellings on the neck, and coughing up blood. Few of those infected live more than two days, and in the three years since it first struck in 1437, almost half of Europe's population had died. This A and E Special begins at the rat-infested ships that brought the bubonic plague as it tells the story of the Black Death-a scourge that penetrated peasant huts and the papal palace alike. Entries from diaries and journals offer up the actual words of plague victims, painting a livid portrait of suffering and fear


Subject: Civilization, Medieval.
Subject: Communicable diseases.
Subject: Middle Ages.
Subject: Plague.
Videorecording DVD 90 mins.
1 online resource (1 video file (90 min.)) : sound, color
©2006, , Films Media Group , New York, N.Y.
Distributed by [none]
AV Material ID 1000015164
 
 
 
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