The Black Plague
The "Black Plague"-the bubonic plague- struck Europe and the Mediterranean area from 1347 through 1351. It was the first of many plagues to hit the European area. These plagues went on until the early 18th century these were much after the ones in the 6th and 8th century. But they were followed by a series of less harmful ones in the 19th century. But the Black Death was not referred to as the bubonic plague but instead Pestilence, or the Great Mortality.
In fact, the Black Plague was caused by bacterium transmitted from Old English rats and fleas. …
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