It started in 1346 and ended in the 19th century
The Black Death (also known as the Black Plague) was a plague (most likely bubonic) that swept across Europe between 1347 and 1351. It is estimated that over 75 million people died of the Plague while it was in Europe and Asia.
As with most potentially fatal diseases, after everyone has been exposed to the illness the survivors will fall into two categories: those who came down with the illness and recovered and those who have a natural immunity.
After the Bubonic Plague ran it's course, people had either built up an immunity because their systems had successfully fought off the disease, or they had a natural immunity. Either way, that particular disease became far less visible.
In Medieval England, the Black Death was to kill 1.5 million people out of an estimated total of 4 million people between 1348 and 1350. No medical knowledge existed in Medieval England to cope with the disease. After 1350, it was to strike England another six times by the end of the century. Understandably, peasants were terrified at the news that the Black Death might be approaching their village or town.
The Black Death is the name given to a disease called the bubonic plague which was rampant during the Fourteenth Century. In fact, the bubonic plague affected England more than once in that century but its impact on English society from 1348 to 1350 was terrible.
The Black Death was caused by fleas carried by rats that were very common in towns and cities. The fleas bit into their victims literally injecting them with the disease. Death could be very quick for the weaker victims.
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The black plague lasted in Europe from 1347 to 1352.
One of the last outbreaks of the plague in England was the Great Plague of London in 1665-66.
The Bubonic Plague.
They called it the black death because the plague came from black rats that were infected with the black plague.
the plague is still around and people still die from it although it is uncomon
Black Death, Black Plague, the Plague
the bubonic plague (black plague) caused boils, when the person was near death the boils turned black
The plague peaked in Europe during 1348-1350. The plague began in the late 1320's and 1330's and resurfaced on multiple occasions until 1738.
The Plague, The Black Death, The Bubonic Plague
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The Black Death or Bubonic Plague had more or less ran its courses in the 1350s, after killing 60% of the European population. The last cases of the Plague were seen in England in 1353, but recurrences continued for decades.
The Black Plague is a infectious disease.
Black Death Plague spread. During the years of 1346 to 1353.
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Only between 1665 and 1666
Overture, Black Plague, and then Requiem
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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
The Black Death Great Pestilence Great Plague Great Mortality Black Plague Septicemic plague Pneumonic Plague
there are two diferrent types of plague bubonic plague and pneumonic plague but the black death and the plague are the same thing