this is complicated but i think this the right; It was an epidemic, or a series of epidemics, of Bubonic Plague that lasted for several decades in the 14th century and wiped out between one third and one half of the population of Europe. The plague was spread by the bites of fleas that were carried on rats.
Unsanitary living conditions contributed to its spread. People of that time did not know how the disease was spread or how to protect themselves from it.
Another reason the Black Death happened is because of the increased demand for trade between the Mediterranean. The increase in trade brought about an increase in ships traveling around the African continent which increased the inscription of sailors which increased the incidents of sailors abandoning their ships.
Along with the movement of products which carried the rats that carried the fleas, the sailors would get sick and abandon their ships or the captain would throw them overboard and then they would spread the decease.
Also the symptoms were red lesions surrounded by white bumps. Which created the kids song. "Ring around the rosie" Referring to the white ring around the red lesions "Pocket full of Posies" People thought that carrying herbs and/or flowers would help ward off the disease But that was not of any help; "Ashes, ashes" Ashes to ashes "We all fall down" Dead
i copied and pasted this btwIf you check snopes.com, you will find that there can be no connection between the Black Death and this childrens' song.
Black Death persecutions happened in 1349.
the black death happend in the middle ages in rome
The Bubonic Plague (Black Death) did indeed happen, with the deaths of an estimated 75 to 200 million people.
it spread worldwide
The black death happened in London along time ago. This goes into the historic.
Italy and nearly everyone was buried at Black Heath, London
Black People were free :)
The Black Death was an outbreak of the bubonic plague that spread through Europe in the period of 1347 to 1352.
Yes. The Black Death killed about 25 million people, one-third of Europe's population at the time.
Basically, you would die.