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Through examining the effects of the Plague on Europe and its people, it is clear that politics, social life, and economics were all irreparably thrown off balance....

After devastating millions of people, the Black Death finally came to an end in 1350.

Imagine an illness that could sweep across Europe, killing one-third of the population and leaving a path of death and economical destruction in its wake; this devastation was known as the Black Death.


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The Black Death had taken more than 25 percent of the population of England alone....

You should know what the Black Death is, the cause of the plague, the symptoms, the different effects it had on the people, and the preventions and cures for the plague....


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Although historians are not entirely sure of its origin, the Black Death spread quickly across both Europe and Asia with a death toll that augmented rapidly.

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Even though the people of that time didn’t know the disease as the Black Death they did know that there was a sickness that was going around and by the end of it about 50 percent of the population would be killed from it (Rhodes 2013).

Up to 38 million lives were claimed in less than a decade, distinguishing the Black Death one of the worst pandemics in human history (C.

To fully understand the severity of the Black Death, Bubonic and other plagues, the impact on humanity, and the events of the disease will be discussed....

Would anyone see through this happy melody and say that this song is about one of the deathliest plagues that ever struck mankind, the Black Death.

In both cases, victims very rarely lasted more than three to four days between basic infection and death, a time of intense fever and vomiting when which their lymph nodes swelled uncontrollably and eventually burst....

The Black Death was a prodigious epidemic, killing anywhere from thirty-three to sixty percent of Europe’s population (Theilmann 376).

During the Black Death civilizations did just that; the chaos stricken communities of Europe responded in various ways some more righteous and beneficial, and others negative and barbaric....

The Black Death was a horrendous and infectious disease that killed millions of people in the 1300’s.

Thucydides also noted that “Those who recovered were congratulated by the others, and in their immediate elation cherished the vain hope that for the future they would be immune to death from any other disease.” They believed since they conquered such a rough and deadly disease, they assumed they could fight off anything.