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Black Death Mortality In Siena: The Material Provided By The Necrology Of The Monastery Of San Domenico In Camporegio And Summarized In Table 5

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This appendix section serves the purposes of full documentation and testability and supplementary presentation of source-critical principles. One should note that the Necrologys editor has numbered the burials, but because more than one person was laid to rest in the same grave on a number of occasions, the number of interred is somewhat higher than the number of burials. In some cases, the bones of persons buried elsewhere are transferred to a grave in the cemetery, and so on, burials that must be deleted from the material.

Keywords: cemetery; necrology



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