Informative Essay: Coping With The Black Death

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COPING WITH THE BLACK DEATH
Name Ola Taji
Student number: 999188383

“Religion, turned out of doors, will grieve. The treacherous and maleficent fellowship of priests and clergy, imperilled by their own failings, will be destroyed. No one will be given rest, poisoned arrows will strike everyone, fevers will throw down the proud, and incurable disease will strike like lightning” [Gaberial de’Mussis]

Coping with the Black Death

Our world has faced and coped with many different plagues from the most to the least fatal. During the mid-14th century (1347-1353), one of the most deadly diseases passed through the history of Europe. The Black Death was considered to be a watershed due to the massive deaths that occurred causing the decline
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