The bubonic plague.
The bubonic plague was transmitted by fleas. The fleas jumped from rats to infest the clothes and packs of trader traveling west. As an effect the plague the plague spread through out through out Europe and Italy in the spring of 1348. (From Asia to the Middle East) By the time the plague played it self out it was three years later and over fifty percent (50%) of Europe had died out. The plague struck with rapid speed. "People lay ill little more than two or three days." Victims suffered heavy sweats and convulsive coughing, they spats blood, tank terribly and died in agony. "He who was we…
- Life in England and France in the 14th century was full of unrest and uncertainty. The effects of war, disease (bubonic plague) and famine led to huge deaths in Europe.
- The bubonic plague.
- The Plague
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