The Black Death that occurred in the Medieval period simply died out. The survivors or those that didn't become infected may have had some sort of immunity.
It didn't completely stop because there were periodic outbreaks after the original large scale plague.
The black plague got stopped becuase the immunity of a person built up and fought it off
rats died out and people survived plague and became immune to it.
I think the Norway Rat had stopped the plague because it is stronger than the black rat.
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
the bubonic plague (black plague) caused boils, when the person was near death the boils turned black
The Black Death stopped in Europe and North Africa after all Jews and Black communities were exterminated by Christian white supremacist who defaulted on loans and the Borgia became the top aristocratic family.
The Plague, The Black Death, The Bubonic Plague
the black plague
God. Have faith.
The plague (black death) stopped friar john from getting juliet's letter to romeo.
The Black Plague is a infectious disease.
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
I think it stopped naturally, after all the people who were suffering from the plague died.
It was the great fire of London that stopped the plague, people had nothing to do with it as far as I'm concerned. The great fire of London in 1667 was said to have stopped the plague. This was not true. There was very little of the plague left in London when the fire started.
it wasn't good at all once it started it couldn't stop the reason it stopped was because the fleas died out?
They pooped them selves
No, the first plague was the bubonic plague in Rome.ok that person erased my answer. no it was not, the bubonic plague is the same plague, only a different name.The black plague was not the first plague ever. Outbreaks of many diseases in large numbers are called plagues. The black plague is called that because lymph nodes became swollen and black (gangrenous).
black plague attacks ur heart
the black plague or black death
It really depends on what you are talking about, but mostly the bubonic plague was referred to as the black plague.