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Life expectancy among the male English aristocracy 1200-1745

Life expectancy among males in the English aristocracy, who had already reached the age of 21, between 1200 and 1745

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Release date

April 1990

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

1200 to 1745

Supplementary notes

Number of males observed for each entry were as follows:
1200-1300: 7
1300-1400: 9
1400-1500: 23
1500-1550: 52
1550-1600: 100
1600-1650: 192
1650-1700: 346
1700-1745: 812
The samples include only those who died naturally, and omits those who died by accident, battle, poison or violence.

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