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The Leper’s Plot: Conspiracy and hysteria in the 14th century — Jewish people being burned alive, a woodcut from the Nuremberg Chronicle published in 1493. As the violence against lepers continued, violence against the Jews resurfaced: the Jewish chronicler Samuel Usque wrote that five thousand Jews were burned due to rumors about Jews conspiring against Christian kingdoms.
Promiscuous Monks, Naughty Nuns and other myths of Henry VIII’s Dissolution of Monasteries — According to visitation, it was revealed that the promiscuous monk was a more common figure than the naughty nun.
Did you know…? — Abraham Lincoln gave special significance to the meaning of dreams.
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