Fatalities of the plague (Landucci)
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derived from A Florentine Diary
which is also a subset of Deaths from natural causes (Landucci)
|1478-10-06||Fatalities of the plague (Landucci)||1 person||Florence||Amongst others a man was found dead upon one of the benches in Santa Maria Novella.||
|1478-10-14||Fatalities of the plague (Landucci)||1 person||Florence||A sick woman was on her way to La Scala, the attendants helping and supporting her by the arms, but when she got as far as the hospital of the Porcellana, she fell dead; so that one may say that the plague is exceedingly serious.||