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From: Phylogeography of the second plague pandemic revealed through analysis of historical Yersinia pestis genomes

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Archaeological site locations and chronologies. a Map showing the geographic locations of archaeological sites from which second pandemic (14th- to 18th-century AD) Y. pestis genomes have been reconstructed (≥1-fold). The number (n) of genomes obtained from each site is shown in brackets. Locations of previously published genomes appear in triangles, whereas genomes that are newly described in this study appear in circles (labels in bold). Base map purchased from [vectormaps.de]. b Specimen chronologies combining archaeological and radiocarbon dates of previously published and new second plague pandemic isolates (see Supplementary Note 1 and Supplementary Table 3)

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