Americapox: The Missing Plague
Why didn't the Europeans get sick when they made contact with the American Indians?
The Plague by Arnold Bocklin
The Plague by Arnold Böcklin, 1827–1901 CE. (Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland)
Moses & The Seventh Plague of Egypt
A 19th century CE painting by John Martin depicting the great storm which was the seventh plague of Egypt in the Moses story. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
Pharaoh, Victim of the 10th Plague of Egypt
A late 19th century CE painting by Tissot depicting Pharaoh as the victim of the tenth plague of Egypt where all first-born males are killed.
Mesopotamian Amulet Against Plague
This amulet is covered with a quotation from a poem, the Akkadian Erra Epic, thought suitable to ward off plague. From Ashur, Northern Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Assyrian Period, 800-612 BCE. (The British Museum, London)
Rats in A Plague Tale: Innocence
Amicia de Rune keeping a sea of rats at bay with a burning stick in the video game A Plague Tale: Innocence.
Ramparts of a Medieval City in A Plague Tale: Innocence
Amicia de Rune standing in front of the ramparts of a Medieval city in the video game A Plague Tale: Innocence.
A Plague Tale: Innocence - Overview Gameplay Trailer
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First Plague of Egypt
Water is Changed into Blood, the first of the ten plagues of Egypt, watercolor by James Tissot, before 1903.
Giovanni Boccaccio & Florentines Who Have Fled from the Plague
Illustration from a medieval manuscript Giovanni Boccaccio, Le Decameron. Translated from the Italian by Laurent de Premierfait Bruges, Master of 1482 and follower (illuminators); c. 1485 CE Manuscript reference: The Hague, KB, 133 A 5...