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Everlasting Effects of the Bubonic Plague, describes transmission of disease, effects on population and culture.
Striking suddenly upon an already weakened society, a deadly and mysterious disease broke out through areas near the Black Sea which is now modern Ukraine. From 1347 through 1351 A.D., a horrendous outbreak of the bubonic plague struck Europe and changed nearly all forms of culture. During 1348 A. D., the Bubonic Plague hit Florence, Italy and ravaged Europe all through Mid 1300's. The Bubonic Plague, which was nicknamed the "Black Death" because of the black swellings called buboes, was spread by small, one-eighth of an inch, parasiting flees who hosted on rats. The early signs of in…
- Everlasting Effects of the Bubonic Plague, describes transmission of disease, effects on population and culture.
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