Fresco in the former Abbey of Saint-André-de-Lavaudieu, France, 14th century, depicting the plague personified as a woman, she "carries arrows that strike those around her, often in the neck and armpits—in other words, places where the buboes commonly appeared" (see Franco Mormando, Piety and Plague: from Byzantium to the Baroque, Truman State University Press, 2007).
Trade was to Blame
God is deaf
Did the Black Death contribute to the Renaissance?
Online resource for primary documents on the plague including Agnolo di Turo del Grasso and Jean de Venette