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Late Ancient and Medieval Population Control (Memoir 160)
Josiah Cox Russell
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Who controlled population in the Middle Ages? Did medieval people really think about the possibility of population control or did they act without thought in the matter? Chapters: the population of Pompeii & Rome; the villages of the dead; to quicken the dead; how long did they live?; potential energy & dependency; the spread of TB in the West; the earlier medieval plague in the British Isles, & on the Continent; the threat of too many mouths; population stability, A.D. 0-1000; the medieval population crisis, 1000-1348; divergent trends of population control; tests of demographic interests; the strength of will to control; climate & migration; & burial of heretics in the Middle Ages. Bibliography. 53 tables.
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