It started with the spread of people around the world and rats being aboard ships that carried food. They would eat the food and then leave feces in it which contaminated it with bacteria that carried the plague. Rats are a reservoir for the plague. It then became able to be transmitted from person to person turning it into a epidemic across Europe
It is properly know as the Black Death or the Plague. The Black Death started in 1348 and ended in 1350.
The Black Plague was responsible for decimating the population of Europe by about 60%. It began in the 14th century.
1348 to 1351
black death Plague started in China. Mongol army camps were the first home.
1347 and it ended in 1351 :)
The black death started in 1347.
They called it the black death because the plague came from black rats that were infected with the black plague.
Black Death, Black Plague, the Plague
they had start getting black spots and itching
when you get the black plague you get spots. the spots first turn out to be red then they start to turn a dark purple or a dark black. these spots can be big as apples
the bubonic plague (black plague) caused boils, when the person was near death the boils turned black
The Plague, The Black Death, The Bubonic Plague
The Black Death (AKA The Bubonic Plague, The plague) didn't really "start" or "end" on specific dates. There are some rare cases of The Bubonic plague today. The peak of the Black Death was around 1347- 1352
the bubonic plague is just a type of plague which the black death was categorised as, but scientists/historians believe that the black death occurred around spring 1348 and started in central Asia/china.
the black plague
It started In India and the diesease came form a rat
In medieval times it was around 1347-1351
it is beleved to have been on a boat in southern italy.
They believe the Plague (Black Death) started in Central Asia, and it was carried on ships during trade routes and other inconvenient reasons. :] Thanks.
The Black Plague is a infectious disease.
The black plague started in 1348 and was caused by flees carried by rats and spread through out Europe, the black plague killed 30-60% of the population. The disease could be caught just by breathing the air around the infected people.
Answer to "Were there other names for the black death?"Another name for the Black Death is the Black Plague. In the Middle Ages, people called it the "Great Pestilence"' and the "Great Plague." Medieval writers referred to the plague as the "Great Mortality." The term "Black Death" has actually only been used since 1833. AlsoThe names for the 3 different forms of the Black Death were the Bubonic plague, Septicemic plague, and the Pneumonic Plague.Answer to "Were there other names for the black death?"· Great Pestilence · Great Plague· Great Mortality· Black Death· Black Plague· Bubbonic Plague· Septicemic plague· Pneumonic Plague