What were the effects of black death?
The Feudal system collapsed because when a lot of the villeins
and workers died, the lords had no one to work on the fields. Since
the villagers couldn't do it themselves, they all abandoned their
villages. If the lords and their families died, the left over
villeins were free to move into the manor house and start farming
the effects of the black death were
it reduced the population of England
shortage of labour
thieves took advantage and started raiding homes
There were several. The Black Death was an infectious repository
disease, meaning it hurt the lungs. Victims would often experience
violent, sometimes bloody coughs. There would also be painful
buboes throughout the body, often around the neck, groin, or
armpits. I hope that helped! PS :: The answer above mine is true.
Lots and lots of people died!
* killed many people * prevented trade as people didn't want to meet with others from other towns * prices and wages rose afterwards because there were very few people left who were able to work the land, so labourers got better pay and living conditions * loads of priests died so the churches power dropped
The peasants realized that because all the lords of the manors had died as well as the peasants, they were all the same, and realized that they should not have to pay taxes, as they were also angry because none of the manors had helped them through the crisis. This caused the peasants revolt.