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Merle Eisenberg, David J. Patterson, Jamie Kreiner, Ellen F. Arnold and Timothy P. Newfield

. Choyke and G. Jaritz (Oxford 2017) 129–45; O’Connor T. (2017), “Animals in urban life in Medieval to Early Modern England”, in The Oxford Handbook of Zooarchaeology , ed. U. Albarella (Oxford 2017) 215–29; Geltner G. (2019) Roads to Health: Infrastructure and Urban Wellbeing in Later Medieval Italy

Timothy P. Newfield

anthropology of plague: insights from bioarchaeological analyses of epidemic cemeteries” , The Medieval Globe 1 ( 2014 ) 98 – 123 . Dobson M. ( 1997 ) Contours of Death and Disease in Early Modern England ( Cambridge 1997 ) Dooley A. ( 2007 ) “The plague and its consequences

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elds 71 ) of early modern England ended up under the exclusively private control of rich farmers and landowners. For an ancient historian many of the arguments used by the opponents of enclosure are uncannily similar to Plutarch’s and Appian’s descrip- tions of the background to the Gracchan land