Manuals on Ars boni moriendi in the GDL
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Manuals on Ars boni moriendi in the GDL
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Mindaugas Paknys | ldkistorija.lt 2018 august 9 d. 11:16

In the Late Middle Ages, the prevalence of apocalyptic mood
in Western Europe became more increasingly pronounced.
Manifestations of anticipation for the Last Judgement could
be observed, with abundant literary descriptions of this
very old subject in history and its portrayals in art. Such
apocalyptic trends were influenced by the outbreak of plague
in the mid-14th century, the so-called Black Death,
devastating Europe, with a death toll of almost one third of
its population.

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