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The Bubonic Plague and its effects on Society.
The Black Death.
During the 1300's the Asian and Muslim worlds were both infested with the bubonic plague- a deadly disease that wiped out almost one-third of Europe's population.
In art, the time period of the bubonic plague appropriately depicts death as a skeleton on horseback who uses a scythe to cut people down. It is an image we have come to know and recognize today as the Grim Reaper.
The plague began in Asia, traveling from Asia and infecting most of the Muslim world, it spread all the way to Europe. This became the disease the people knew as The Black Death. The bubonic plague…
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