The Black Death

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The Black Death

The Black Death

In Medieval Europe, the Black Death killed between 25 - 50% of Europe's population in the 14th Century. The Black Death was a name given to the fatal disease called the Bubonic Plague. The Bubonic Plague was passed down from Fleas, to Rats to Humans.

After this disease, it took Europe's population 150 years to recover.



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Ancient European's weren't able to slow the Black Death. Although people tried many ways to avoid the Deadly Plague. The most common idea was barricading themselves inside their homes. Although the great fire in London helped erase the Rat and Flea population.




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