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Plague Victims Weren’t Always Dumped Into Mass Graves, DNA Evidence Reveals – ScienceAlert

When the Black Death ravaged Europe midway through the 14th century, it wiped out around half of the population with deaths so…

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When the Black Death ravaged Europe midway through the 14th century, it wiped out around half of the population with deaths so swift, people had to bury countless victims in mass graves. At least that’s the story archaeological remains have told us until…

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