This book examines beliefs and practices, public health, and plague in the medieval world. It demonstrates that while learning was limited, there were important developments around the islamic world and Europe.
This series tracks changes to human understanding of health and disease through history. It uses 'common confusions' panels to tackle myths and misunderstandings, biography panels to describe innovators, and word banks to explain challenging and unfamiliar terms.Australian Curriculum: Australian Curriculum Correlation:
- Technology and people's lives