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The largest area where the Black Death did not hit was parts of what are now Poland, Belarus, and the Ukraine. There was an area around Milan where the Black Death did not strike. It also did not get into the Pyrenees much.
I have read that there were a number of towns where the Black Death did not hit in other places, including a large walled town in England where the gates were closed and the drawbridge raised, with the town treating the situation as though they were under siege. Unfortunately I cannot cite a source on this, as it was a long time ago that I read it.

There is a link below to an animated map showing the spread of the Black Death in Europe.
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What was the Black Death?

Answer The Black Death was very dangerous and contagious and destroyed 2/3's of Europe's population and it killed people in a strange manner. People who weren't affected went crazy in fear of catching it and the people who caught it usually died within 7 days. In those times doctors were not very a (MORE)

What years did the Black Death take place?

The black death took place in Europe during the 1340s. The other name for it is the Bubonic Plague. And 50% of already infected patients die within 4-7 days. Hope that helped Thats did help! Bu tnot enough! i am improving this answer. It was from 1347-1351. It was the Bubonic Plague! It (MORE)

How do you get the black death?

There were different forms of the Black Death, and they were spread in different ways, though they were caused by the same organism. The Bubonic Plague was a form carried by such animals as rats and the fleas that lived on them, both of which exhibited symptoms of the disease. When a flea bit an (MORE)

Why is the Black Death called the Black Death?

Writers contemporary to the plague referred to the event as the "Great Mortality". Swedish and Danish chronicles of the 16th century described the events as "black" for the first time, not to describe the late-stage sign of the disease, in which the sufferer's skin would blacken due to subepidermal (MORE)

Why did some places escape the black death?

Isolation - trade routes established during the Mongol Reign transported the deadly disease. Those unaffected were people who were isolated from the main trade routes along the Eurasian continent.

Why was the Black Death called the Black Death?

Writers contemporary to the plague referred to the event as the "Great Mortality". Swedish and Danish chronicles of the 16th century described the events as "black" for the first time, not to describe the late-stage sign of the disease, in which the sufferer's skin would blacken due to subepidermal (MORE)

Why did the black death?

The Black death started by dirty rats and fleas biting humans that was how the black death started the rats then went on to ships traviling all across the countries spreading the black death rappidly . By Iqra Saeed

Why the black death?

Because that was the only disease that was believed to be in that one infected flea that caused all of that black death thing.

Where did the black death take place?

The Black Death, Bubonic Plague, originated in Asia and followed the trade routes westward. It reached Europe aboard trading vessels that touched in the near east along the Mediterranean coast and then went to Italy. From Italy it spread throughout Europe.

Why didn't the Black death affect Poland?

Due to the mostly isolated population in Poland and Lithuania. By isolated I do not mean cut off from society, but rather Poland was a mostly self sufficient area at the time and the people had little reason to venture outside of their kingdom, so the plague was unable to make much headway. Plus, ma (MORE)

How did you get the black death?

Black death is a bubonic plague disease that spread from victim to victim through fleas on rats, which lived throughout medieval towns and cities. The diseased person would quickly develop buboes which is swollen lymph glands and would get covered with dark blotches on the skin. The patient would ge (MORE)

What is the black death about?

The Black Death was one of the worst natural disasters in history. In 1347 A.D., a great plague swept over Europe, ravaged cities causing widespread hysteria and death. One third of the population of Europe died. "The impact upon the future of England was greater than upon any other European country (MORE)

What not to do when you have black death?

Certainly don't panic or freak out. Of course, it is quite impossible to get the Black Death in our days. People do say try to live your life while you still can, so don't think about death.

What did black death do?

The Black death gave people boils the size of goose eggs. people dies in a matter of 3-5 days. even in HOURS!

Who was the black death?

it come from rats but the fles Another Answer According to Wikipedia: "The Black Death was one of the deadliest pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350. It is widely thought to have been an outbreak of bubonic plague caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis ,..." (MORE)

Where did the black death took place?

The Black Death , was one of the deadliest pandemics in human history, widely thought to have been caused by a bacterium named Yersinia pestis ( Plague ), [1] but recently attributed by some factors to other diseases.. The Black Death was, according to chronicles, characterized by buboes (MORE)

What is the death rate of the black death?

Modern Historians today believe that just over 40% of the population of Britain died during the first outbreak in 1348 - 1350. The Black Death is estimated to have killed 30% to 60% of Europe's population, reducing the world's population from an estimated 450 million to between 350 and 375 million i (MORE)

What places did the black death effect?

The Black Death, which ravaged Europe from 1347 to 1352, started in central Asia. It caused widespread death and suffering in India and Persia before it reached Europe. It spread through Europe over the next five years, and killed large numbers of people in almost the entire continent. There were sm (MORE)

Who had black death?

Rat's that had fleas and soon scattered to humans who would get sick from the fleas. The black death is a pleg of a sort and is almost like the pleg. In-fact the pleg was the same thing as the black death but that's just a fancy name for it.

What place did black death end?

In literal terms, it did not - there are always cases somewhere in the worls and small epidemics appear from time to time scattered across the worls, usually in rural Asia.

Why did the Black Death not hit some places?

It's because the rats that carried the fleas that carried the disease did not get to that place, because the rats that carried the Black Death rode on trading ships, and people did not trade with people from everywhere, but only in certain places.

What happened to the people who didn't catch the black death?

They died of starvation, other diseases, or old age. People didn't live long back then, and the sudden decrease in population did little to improve the average life-span. ~~~~~~~~ However, the immediate effect of surviving the Black Death was that you could move into a (now vacant) nicer and larger (MORE)

Places affected first about the black death?

England and Ireland Not true, there is a debate going on between the traditionalists who say it started in Central Asia and some who say it started in Africa and spread to Central Asia. Whatever the argument, it spread from Central Asia to the Crimea, from there to Sicily and Europe.

How can you get black death?

well the black death is spread by rats and in the Middle Ages they didnt know this and they thought it was a punnishment from god but it was acctually spread by rats which ran around the stores and markets hope this helps :) xxx

What places were affected in black death?

The Black Death affected many countries. But it mainly affected Europe and Asia. But that doesn't mean it didn't effect other countries. Practically, it hit most of the countries, as the disease is carried by fleas on black rats, which climbed ropes onto ships, which travel all around the world an (MORE)

What can the black death do to you?

Kill you. That is why it is called "black death." The face turned a blue/black color, tongue swelled, and body fluids oozed from the body.

What were the cures for the black death that didn't work?

well, some of the techneques used were quite mad, like bleeding thepatient, washing in urine, smear human poo all over, place livechicken on buboes, leeches, religion... etc. etc. Please correct meif any are incorrent, but i'm pretty certain they're right.

What is the black death and why is it called the black death?

The Black Death is a specific outbreak of the bubonic plague. Between 1347 and 1352, it killed nearly a third of Europe's population, with the death toll going to three quarters of the people in some areas. At the time, it was called the Great Pestilence. It came to be called the Black Death much la (MORE)

What is black death and what does black death mean?

Answer: The Black Death was very dangerous and contagious and destroyed 2/3's of Europe's population and it killed people in a strange manner. People who weren't affected went crazy in fear of catching it and the people who caught it usually died within 7 days. In those times doctors were not very (MORE)

Why doctors didn't know the cause of the black death?

Because at the time of the Black Death in Europe, the concept of disease causing organisms was still several centuries in the future. "Doctors" in the middle ages relied heavily on mercury treatments (whihc they did not know were poisonous) and bloodletting (used for countless ailments).

Where was the last place the black death struck?

The Black Death was an outbreak of bubonic plague that started in Asia, reached Europe in 1437, and continued spreading through Europe until 1451. The last areas it spread into were Sweden and the northwestern areas of Russia. The bubonic plague outbreaks returned many times after that. The last wi (MORE)

What not to do if you have the black death?

Many people Think different. My suggestion is to stay indoors, not any one, don't let anyone come close to you. These are very hard things to do. But Black death is extinct now, not to worry about.

Why didn't Hitler get the death penalty?

Hitler did get the death penalty, which he pronounced and carried out on himself. Because he was dead before any of the allies got to him, he logically could not be charged, tried or sentenced for his crimes by then.

How do you you get black death?

A flea would bite a rat that had a disease and the flea would carry it on to a person and you would get sores from it and other symptoms. bloodletting is when people stab a knife in you to take all of the disease out but that didn't help that just make you worst. Or you will get the disease from oth (MORE)

How the Black Death arrived in the first place?

It is believed that black rats blood were the origin, fleas then bit the black rats and caught the disease but before they died they bit another thing such as a human, it started it Asia. P.s hope this helped