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In Italy, in the 14th century, during the plague, there was neither “order nor justice and no one to administer justice.”  In other countries things were much the same. So soon as it came to the ears of the official or his commandant that anyone was lying ill of the plague, Chrysopolitanus relates of the epidemic at Parma in 1468, they immediately rushed to the house with a crowd of soldiers with great fury and din, and locked up the patient in the house or turned him out of the house; he then “had to make a journey to St. Leonard’s, where the slaughter- house of the poor people was, and where there was much indecency and immorality.  In this place terrible and inhuman cruelty and assassination flourished much more than love and friendship.  In the town itself such disgraceful things were done and vices practised which no tongue could relate nor hand describe.  The furious servants of the commandant went through the whole town and killed the pigs of the poor people and sold them.” “As soon as the disease spread from the huts to the houses of the Patricians,” Schoeppler reports on the conditions at Regensburg, “the whole body entrusted with the carring out of the plague regulations fled and left the execution of their most urgent orders to a plague steward.  He, a bankrupt merchant or a notorious adulterer or some other man of doubtful honesty, who in normal times occupied the post of prison master at some institituion for the improvement of vicious men and women now used as plague hospital, entrusted the execution of his duties to his rough servants, who were drawn from the dregs of the people and who under presence of combating the plague practiced all the arts of hell on the defenseless patients-women, children, and corpses. [225]

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