The Black Death (Bubonic Plague) peaked in Europe between 1347
and 1350 with 30% to 65% dead.
lots of children died from the black death
Black Death changed Europe. Both economically and socially.
Black Death Plague killed one in every three. This left Europe empty and broken.
black death killed millions. Europe lost 30-60% of total population.
Black Death changed Europe. It ended influence of church and feudalism.
"The loss of 30% - 60% of the population" is the most obvious answer.
Raised the price of labour - big time.
Yes. However, since Mamluk Palestine was more sparsely populated than Europe, the death toll and overall effect in Palestine was much more minimal than its effect in Europe.
The Black Plague or Death affected all of Europe in 1347 to 1351.
The black death disappeared from Europe about 150-400 years after it began.
The Black Death spread into Europe in 1347. It came from Asia.
The Black Death was introduced to Europe through foreign trade oversea.
Black Death is pandemic Plague. It changed Europe culturally and socially.
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 main physical effect of the black plague was the loss of around 30-60% of the total pupulation died.