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The Black Death wasn't really destroyed, it went away in the fullness of time.


The Black Hand appeared in Oblivion, which is set 200 years before the events in Skyrim. Over that time, the Brotherhood has fallen on hard times, they've abandoned the 'five tenets' and many other traditional things, such as the Black Hand.


The black death was an anomaly during its time. It was thought that the black death was some sort of spiritual disease as opposed to bacteria.


The black death happened in London along time ago. This goes into the historic.


If you are asking about what famous war was going on at the time of the Black Death, it was the Hundred Years' War.


Healthy people who at the time had a specific gene mutation which meant they couldnt get the black death


The plague known as the Black Death was a medieval disease and, as far as we know, was not in any way connected to ancient Rome. Ancient Rome did have outbreaks of plague from time to time, but there is not enough evidence to say weather it was the Black Death or not. To answer your question, the Black Death was AD.


In fall of 1347, the black death arrived in Europe. During this time, the black death ended up killing one third of all the people in Europe.


the black death was a major killer in that time period


No. The Crusades were from 1098-1291. The Black Death began in 1347 and went on for a few decades after.


Christians believed the black death was a punishment from god so the flagallant movement during the time of the black death was when people would offer bodily penance to god by whipping themselves in attempt to rid themselves of the black death.


The Black Death was an outbreak of the bubonic plague that spread through Europe in the period of 1347 to 1352.


The Black Death was an outbreak of the bubonic plague that spread through Europe in the period of 1347 to 1352.


It is the Black Death. (Black Plague, or Bubonic Plague)


Yes. The Black Death killed about 25 million people, one-third of Europe's population at the time.


During the time of the black death many people became Christains because they thought they caught the black death as a punishment for their sins and thought that if they got penance(cleansing of sins)the black death would go away.


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yes the black death was good for those who survived because the wages increased for those who took the jobs at the time


At that time period, there wasn't anything worse than Black Death or Black Plague. It doesn't even compare to AIDs and Swine Flu combined.


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 later, by writers who used the term black to indicate its misery.


It is estimated that the Black Death caused the death of about 100 Million people.At that time the total world's population was estimated as no more than 500,000 people So it killed about 20% of the people in the world at the time


No. There is no vaccine against the Black Death. Antibiotics usually help if it is diagnosed in time, but they were not developed until the middle of the 20th century.


The black death refers to the bubonic plague, an epidemic initially thought to be carried by rats, but actually traced to the fleas on the rats. The black plague / black death was most destructive in Europe during the middle ages, so few of the victims likely were black. The bubonic plague has been found in America from time to time and is usually associated with rats or squirrels. The disease does not discriminate. It is equally deadly to all races. It was called 'black death' because of the darkening of the skin shortly before death. The skin would become necrotic and develop lenticulae (black dots or splotches).



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