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Rainer Schreg

As an archaeologist I am not into genetics, but I wondered, about the relation of 14th century Black Death to the Justinan plague, as there have been claims to have found DNA of yersinia perstis at an 6th century grave in Southern Germany.

Thanks for your reconsiderations

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