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The Epidemic That Killed One-Third of England’s Population

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The black death claimed 60 percent of Europe’s population.

The Triumph of Death by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, circa 1562, oil on panel. Museo del Prado. (via WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)
The Triumph of Death by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, circa 1562 (via WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)
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Image by Jacopo Oddi depicting Franciscan monks treating victims of the plague in Italy. ( Via Wikimedia Commons)
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Manuscript by the French chronicler Gilles li Muisis, residents of a town stricken by the plague burn Jews, who were blamed for causing the disease. (via WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)
Manuscript by the French chronicler Gilles li Muisis, residents of a town stricken by the plague burn Jews, who were blamed for causing the disease. (via WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)
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The Shocking History Of Baby Cages

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Baby airing was an odd parenting trend that happened during the pre-war era

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In the past, baby cages were popularly known; Source: Ranker
A little child in a baby cage; Source: Allthatsinteresting
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A woman looking at a baby in the baby cage; Source: Fatherly
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Youtube video showing how the baby cage was used in the past; Source: Youtube
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10 Incredible Black Inventors School Never Taught You

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From life-saving technology to the first programmable video game console in history

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