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Essay on the Report of the Pestilence, trans. M Dols. Ibn al-Wardi's Risalah al-naba' 'an al-waba: A Translation of a Major Source for the History of the Black Death in the Middle East.
Even earlier, in 1349, Syrian historian Ibn al-Wardi, in “ An Essay on the Report of the Pestilence,” described the Black Death with an eerie similarity to what we face today. The plague began in the land of darkness. China was not preserved from it. The plague infected the Indians in India, the Sind, the Persians, and the Crimea.
Ibn al-Wardi. Essay on the Report of the Pestilence. c 1348. Disease in Human History, edited by John Aberth, 41-3. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007.