it was one of the wost plagues in history! 1/3 of medieval europes population died.
1/3 of europes population
about 1/3 of europes population was killled by this plague
1/3 of europes population was dead
The Black Death or the bubonic plauge.
black death changed Europe. Socially, economically and culturally. which changed feudalism and other rules.
The bubonic plague, also known as the black death, was important because it killed half of England's population in 1348-1349.
The black plague peaked in Europe in 1348 to 1350. The black death killed 30-60% of Europes population.
it is c. 33%
It is said that 100,000 people died in London and nearly 60,000 people died in norwich.The black death killed over a 1/3 of europes population.
It was the bubonic plague (Black Death).
the black death killed over 1 third of europes population alone it changed and reshaped feudal system it was the worlds worst plauge
around 25 million people died in total
25 million people died wiping out nearly half of Europes population:( sad really
it was important because the black death could risk a life of someone if they catch it.
fun facts on black death
The "Black Death" is bubonic plague, which has killed millions throughout history. It is an agonizing death.
About 25 million people are recorded in history to die from the black death. It was a one third of Europ's population.
The Black Death was a very big changing point in the World History because it killed over 100 million people by the year 1400. And if the Black Death didn't occur the world population would be a lot larger. The Black Death killed around 30-60% of Europe's population and it ended the feudal system. The feudal system was a system that showed who was the highest and most important.
Black Death killed millions. Black Death caused many important changes in society.
Black Death changed whole course of history. It gave new ideology to people.
i think the black death was much more important bacause load of peoplle dies and not a lot of people died when the peaseant happend thats why the black death was much more important than the peaseant
The Black Death struck Europe in 1348, however the term "Black Death" was not used until the 16th Century, when it was coined by Danish & Swedish chroniclers. "Black" is corresponded with 'terrible' and 'dreadful,' and since the plague was terrible and dreadful (Black) and killed lots of people (Death), it came to be known as the Black Death.
By killing millions of people.