it was a disease palgue from the old century
There are historical and medical accounts that the black death very well could have existed and most likely did occur.
The Black Death was an epidemic, believed to be of bubonic plague, that happened throughout all of Europe, North Africa, and parts of Asia. It came to be called the Black Death much later in Europe.
It occured through out the whole continent of Europe.
Yes, in the middle-age.
black outs and even death
Black Death was spread during 1346 to 1353. It also reoccurred many times there after till 19th century.
Death can occur at any temperature.
In Europe, during the 14th Century, although there were numerous outbreaks after that.
No. 14-century was an unhealthy,poor educated time compared to 21-century.
black death was spread by black rats. They were hosts of black death.
No, Black Death and cholera are different. Black Death is Plague.
what problems occur if a death certificate remains unsigned
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.
the black death
black death spread in Europe. black death killed 75 to 200 million people.
Yes, an animal could get the black death, many animals did get the black death.
black death caused people to be angry. Church was blamed for black death.
The plague was called the Black Death for two possible reasons. It was a bad death, and thus "black." The victims developed black buboes before death and quickly turned black after death.
The Black Death was very contagious.
The black death was epidemic.
the black death started in 1347
yes, black death was spread in whole Europe. Russia also got black death.
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.