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THE PEOPLE’S HEALTH c.1250 TO PRESENT JAMIE BYROM MICHAEL RILEY
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Crime and Punishment c.1250 to present
Migrants to Britain c.1250 to present
The Norman Conquest 1065–1087
The Elizabethans 1580–1603
Britain in Peace and War 1900–1918
Viking Expansion c.750–c.1050
The Mughal Empire 1526–1707
The Making of America 1789–1900
The First Crusade c.1070–1100
Aztecs and the Spanish Conquest, 1519–1535
Living under Nazi Rule 1933–1945
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THE PEOPLE’S HEALTH
c.1250 TO PRESENT Introduction
00 A structure that reflects exactly the content of the specification
Matters of life and death Did anyone really care about health in medieval England?
Closer look – Water and waste in medieval Exeter
More of the same?
How much did public health change, 1500–1750? Closer look – Micro-history: The 1636 plague in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Why was there such rapid change in public health between 1750 and 1900? Closer look – Animals and public health
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