Living conditions and religious beliefs in the 14th century, including life expectancy, medical knowledge and beliefs about the power of God (ACDSEH015)
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Living conditions and religious beliefs in the 14th century, including life expectancy, medical knowledge and beliefs about the power of God (ACDSEH015)
- investigating living conditions in London in the fourteenth century (for example the lack of sanitation, crowded housing); the extent of medical knowledge (for example based on Hippocrates' theory); and beliefs about the power of God (for example that diseases were a punishment of God)

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