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Did you know that mental health illnesses are happening at higher rates than most other illnesses, including heart disease, diabetes and cancer? According to Erica Richards, chair and medical…

The Christians refuge: or heavenly antidotes against the plague in this time of generall contagion. To which is added the charitable physician, prescribing cheap and absolute. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Bubonic Plague, Black Death, Plague Doctor, Vintage Medical, Medical History, Old Ads, Social Studies

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Wellcome Library, London.The Christians refuge: or heavenly antidotes against the plague in this time of generall contagion. To which is added the charitable physician, prescribing cheap and absolute...

A great many Ulster-Scots (Scotch-Irish) went to America during the colonial period as Indentured Servants. Old Irish, Irish Celtic, Irish Mob, Irish American, African American History, World History, Family History, History Photos, History Facts

The Irish Slave Trade- White Cargo

The Irish Slave Trade – The Forgotten “White” Slaves The Slaves That Time Forgot By John Martin Global Research, January 27, 2013 'They came as slaves; vast human cargo transported on tall British ships bound for the Americas. They were shipped by the hundreds of thousands and included men, women, and even the youngest of…

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How to Make a Genealogy Time Line

A genealogy timeline can help you organise your family history and open up new lines of enquiry. Learn how to create a genealogy timeline to uncover more of your family history.

An approved remedy against the plague – 'Take a sprig of rue, shred it and put it in a figg or two and eat it every morning fasting’ - it was believed that it kept ‘the Body from Infection’ and purified the blood. From ‘London's Lord Have Mercy Upon Us. Bubonic Plague, Black Death, Plague Doctor, Vintage Medical, Danse Macabre, Story Of The World, Holistic Healing, Medieval, The Cure

An approved remedy against the plague – 'Take a sprig of rue, shred it and put it in a figg or two and eat it every morning fasting’ - it was believed that it kept ‘the Body from Infection’ and purified the blood. From ‘London's Lord Have Mercy Upon Us.’ 1665.

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House of Stuart. The Scottish Monarchs. Kings and Queens

Royal Mail Special Stamps | House of Stuart. The Scottish Monarchs. Kings and Queens

The plague drastically culled the European population during the and centuries. The drawing above shows plague victims being taken away on a cart in London, which became a common site in the century Medieval, Bubonic Plague, Early Middle Ages, Black Death, Plague Doctor, Danse Macabre, Dark Ages, 14th Century, British History

One strain of bacterium was behind the Black Death and Great Plague

A study which analysed bacteria from plague-infected bodies in Spain, Germany (pictured) and Russia has found the samples are related to a single strain of Y.pestis.

The first anatomical theatre was built at the University of Padua (in Italian Padova ) in 1594 and is still preserved! Verona, Palermo, Padua Italy, Regions Of Italy, Hidden Treasures, Northern Italy, Venice Italy, Amazing Architecture, Bologna

The world's first Operating theatre from 1594, Padua. A hypnotically beautiful building!

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Tudor and Stewart Fashion and Clothing

British costume and clothing in the Tudor and Stuart periods, the 16th and 17th centuries.

A view of plague victims in London during the outbreak. Plague sufferers were known to run ‘wildly about in the streets before collapsing ignorant of their condition or where they were...’ There were ‘prayers for the dying’ whilst ‘others stood crying and roaring at their windows...’ As a result, people were ‘filled with gloom and fear for the future...’ Image titled ‘The Plague of London 1665.’ Artist, Robert Smirke. Engraving by A.Smith, 1810. Uk History, British History, Prayers For The Dying, William Harvey, Bass, Bubonic Plague, Black Death, Plague Doctor, Wildlife Conservation

A view of plague victims in London during the outbreak. Plague sufferers were known to run ‘wildly about in the streets before collapsing ignorant of their condition or where they were...’ There were ‘prayers for the dying’ whilst ‘others stood crying and roaring at their windows...’ As a result, people were ‘filled with gloom and fear for the future...’ Image titled ‘The Plague of London 1665.’ Artist, Robert Smirke. Engraving by A.Smith, 1810.

1) Nurses and searchers often visited and treated plague victims in the infected house or sick room. The engraving displays two victims in one bed and what is most likely a nurse approaching them. In the other bed, in the same crowded room, the engraving illustrates a plague victim and a nurse bringing a dish...‘while the sick still fight for life the coffin is ready for the corpse on the floor...’ John Dunstall, 1666. William Harvey, 17th Century, Tudor, Nurses, Coffin, Kids Learning, Famous People, Sick, Honey

1) Nurses and searchers often visited and treated plague victims in the infected house or sick room. The engraving displays two victims in one bed and what is most likely a nurse approaching them. In the other bed, in the same crowded room, the engraving illustrates a plague victim and a nurse bringing a dish...‘while the sick still fight for life the coffin is ready for the corpse on the floor...’ John Dunstall, 1666.

King Charles II (1630-1685) statue. He fled from London to Hampton Court, then to Oxford. However, two noblemen did remain in London; George Monck, Duke of Albemarle (1608-1670), the sole representative of King Charles II’s Government, and William the First Earl of Craven (1608-1697) who supported the poor with charity to relieve their needs. He advised the setting up of pest-houses and burying victims in pits. He was described as the most active and respected lieutenant during the plague. William Harvey, Iron Railings, Hampton Court, British History, King Charles, Vintage Paper, Vintage Posters, Duke, Royals

King Charles II (1630-1685) statue. He fled from London to Hampton Court, then to Oxford. However, two noblemen did remain in London; George Monck, Duke of Albemarle (1608-1670), the sole representative of King Charles II’s Government, and William the First Earl of Craven (1608-1697) who supported the poor with charity to relieve their needs. He advised the setting up of pest-houses and burying victims in pits. He was described as the most active and respected lieutenant during the plague.

Anatomy Lesson On Title Page Of De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem (On The Fabric Of The Human Body In Seven Books) By Andreas Vesalius, Published Basel, This Image After A Century Reproduction. Poster Print x Andreas Vesalius, Trait D Union, Title Page, Medical History, Human Anatomy, Michelangelo, Human Body, Renaissance, City Photo

Andreas Vesalius: The Medieval Physician Who Loved Dissecting Humans

Andreas Vesalius was a physician and anatomist who lived during the 16th century AD. Up until this point of time, the standard authority on anatomy was the work of Galen, a 2nd / 3rd century Greek physician and surgeon in the Roman Empire. But Galen’s religious beliefs preventing him from cutting open a deceased human being.

‘Mass burials in churchyards and open fields - A woman carrying a child’s coffin and a man lying on the ground. His hat, tumbled from his head, shows that he has just fallen sick but nobody spares him a glance. Old London, London City, William Harvey, Men Lie, Six Feet Under, Open Field, How To Level Ground, Fleas, Coffin

5) ‘Mass burials in churchyards and open fields - A woman carrying a child’s coffin and a man lying on the ground. His hat, tumbled from his head, shows that he has just fallen sick but nobody spares him a glance...’ John Dunstall, 1666.