Thursday, January 13, 2011 - 18:10 in Paleontology & Archaeology
A prolonged period of wet weather spurred the spread of the bubonic plague in medieval times, according to a new study. And a 300-year spell of unpredictable weather coincided with the decline of the Roman Empire.
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