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"The Black Death (2004)"

Size: 744 MB
Category: Video > Documentary > TV Shows
Date: 2007-12-01 08:55:20
Seeders: 2
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The Black Death (2004)
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The Black Death was an unprecedented human disaster of appalling magnitude. In three dreadful years over one third of Europe's population was wiped out. Everyone believed it heralded the end of the world. This film follows the spread of the plague and its implications for the Europe of the Middle Ages. Looking at issues such as medicine, religion, superstition and society, as well as employing expert analysis from top historians, this is a look at one of the most chilling and terrible periods in all of human existence.
Technical Specs
Video Codec: XviD MPEG-4 codec
Video Bitrate: 1938 KB/s
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Video Resolution: 688 x 384
Audio Codec: FAST Multimedia AG DVM (Dolby AC3)
Audio BitRate: 192 KB/s (CBR)
Audio Channels: 2 Ch
RunTime: 00:49
Framerate: 25 FPS
Number Of Parts: 1
Part Size: 744 MB
Encoded by: gavin63
Subtitles: No TV Cap
Source: DVB
Release Notes
* Not for those who are a bit squeamish
* Thanks to JumpinS for releasing on ed2k

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The Black Death was an unprecedented human disaster of appalling magnitude. In three dreadful years over one third of Europe's population was wiped out.
Everyone believed it heralded the end of the world. To the chroniclers of Padua the plague was devastation deemed more final than Noah's flood. The plague shook the wealthy, relatively well-populated society of mid-14th-century Western Europe to its foundations. Black Death follows the spread of the plague and its implications for the Europe of the Middle Ages.
Looking at issues such as medicine, religion, superstition and society, and employing expert analysis from top historians, this is a look at one of the most chilling and terrible periods in all of human existence. Most of all, this is history told through contemporary voices of some of the key chroniclers of the time. Real people who contracted the disease and died from it left amazing, vivid accounts of what it feels like to live in a world that is falling apart.
Cast:
Gabriele de Musis - Simon Thorp
Giovanni Boccaccio - Vincent Carmichael
Gentile da Foligno - Philip Madoc
Louis Heyligen - Jonathan Firth
Robert of Avesbury - Patrick Toomey
Gui de Chauliac - Nicholas Rowe
Bailiff of the Court - Timothy Watson
Nicholas Deneys - Dorian Lough
Lady Rose de Saxham - Susan Engel
Brother John Clynn - Mark Tandy
Narrator Denis Lawson
Producer and Director Peter Nicholson

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The Black Death was an unprecedented human disaster of appalling magnitude. In three dreadful years over one third of
Europe's population was wiped out.
Everyone believed it heralded the end of the world. To the chroniclers of Padua the plague was devastation deemed more
final than Noah's flood. The plague shook the wealthy, relatively well-populated society of mid-14th-century Western
Europe to its foundations. Black Death follows the spread of the plague and its implications for the Europe of the
Middle Ages.
Looking at issues such as medicine, religion, superstition and society, and employing expert analysis from top
historians, this is a look at one of the most chilling and terrible periods in all of human existence. Most of all, this
is history told through contemporary voices of some of the key chroniclers of the time. Real people who contracted the
disease and died from it left amazing, vivid accounts of what it feels like to live in a world that is falling apart.
Cast:
Gabriele de Musis - Simon Thorp
Giovanni Boccaccio - Vincent Carmichael
Gentile da Foligno - Philip Madoc
Louis Heyligen - Jonathan Firth
Robert of Avesbury - Patrick Toomey
Gui de Chauliac - Nicholas Rowe
Bailiff of the Court - Timothy Watson
Nicholas Deneys - Dorian Lough
Lady Rose de Saxham - Susan Engel
Brother John Clynn - Mark Tandy
Narrator Denis Lawson
Producer and Director Peter Nicholson