From the Black Death to 1378
in Popular protest in late-medieval Europe
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Chapter II extends from 1348 to 1378, or just before the supposed cluster of revolts identified by Mollat and Wolff; it includes the Tuchins in the south of France and a ground-swell of revolts in Italy that reached their peak by the mid-1370s.

Popular protest in late-medieval Europe

Italy, France, and Flanders


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