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    DBQ: The Black Death

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    The Black Death. Both religions had different viewpoints on the causes of the disease. To try and prevent the disease each religion used different methods, objects, and supplements. During those hard days individuals from that time talked about their own experiences with it and others experiences. There is now knowledge that was not then understood that scientist and historians have been able to discover. Christians and Muslim thought differently when it came to the causes of The Black Death.…

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    Black Death Reaction

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    The Black Death provoked vastly different reactions in both Christians and Muslims. Despite the differences in the reactions between the two religions, there were some fairly similar reactions as well. Some of the similar reactions may include; people going to the church, and priests, to help them and save them from the terrible plague that is spreading very quickly, and the reason the two religions believe that it is happening. Christian morality rate caused by the plague was thirty-one…

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    first with their snouts and then with their teeth they took the rags and shook them around; and within a short time, after a number of convulsions, both pigs fell dead upon the ill-fated rags, as if they had been poisoned (Boccaccio, p. 323). The Black Death plague began in Central Asia and ravaged through China, Mongolia, northern India and the Middle East, through the trade routes during the 1330s and 1340s. Giovanni Boccaccio was a writer and poet from Florence; his work The Decameron…

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    Starting with the social consequences, The plague had large scale social and economic effects. When the plague hit, the Europeans started to abandon their friends and family. They fled from their cities, and even shut themselves off from the rest of the world. The peasants started to become more empowered and soon started to revolt against the aristocracy once they tried to resist the changes happening as a result of the plague. Peasants began rioting in 1358, and 20 years later the…

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    The Black Death Monologue

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    however, a time like that doesn’t need to be sung about merrily. Let me take you back to a time of death, The black death. Ah, I haven’t properly introduced myself, excuse my bad manners. I am death. No, not the black death, people often confuse me with that repulsive plague. Unfortunately for you I’m not a pile of bones with legs that can walk. I’m a blur, the essence of myself is shrouded by a black robe. My face is unclear, everyone sees it differently at their due date. Although my line…

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    Black Death Facts

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    Black Death -The bacterial disease that atrophied Europe between 1347-1351, taking an equitably greater amount of life than any other known epidemic or war up to that point. The Black Death is broadly thought to have been the result of infection by the bacterium Yersinia pestis. 5 Facts: • Many doctors believed that bad smells could force out the plague. Therefore, treatments for the disease included applying feces and urine, and other substances that were much more likely to spread disease…

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    Essay On Black Death

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    The Black Death was considered as one of the most devastating pandemics in world history. It began in Asia and spread to Europe by the late 1340s. The plague killed 75 millions of people and killed two thirds of Europe’s population. People were getting affected by the disease and dying each day. The aftermath let the civilians to began to question which led to the Renaissance and the Church losing its power. The Black Death originated from China and inner Asia, the Black Death decimated the…

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    The Black Death was an extremely terrible illness that swept across Europe on someday in october in the year 1347. The Black Death was responsible for as many as 20 million people about one third of the continent. The Death arrived on trade ships and that’s how it got to europe there are still many unanswered questions about the illness and how it just disappeared after a five year spread. The year was 1347 was when twelve Genoese trading ships came to the sicilian port in…

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    Black Death Dbq

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    Black Death The impact on the spread of the Black Death led to many innocent people in Europe being killed. A Concise Survey of Western Civilization in fact explains that "The plague killed 1/3 of Europe population (Pavlac 157).'' Some readers would agree from the statistics that the Black Death was the most devastating event that happened in the middle ages. A Concise Survey of Western Civilization informs the readers that historians believed that the Black Death happened around the mid…

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    Black Death Or The Plague

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    Black Death, or The Plague is an important part of how our world is today. The Plague came from the east and reached the shores of Italy in 1348. The Plague was responsible for many things good and bad. Although it was terrible and frightening it did change some things for the better. It was meaningful because it has prepared the world for other epidemics and outbreaks, significantly reduced the population, and has resulted in large changes to society. (Eyewitness) The Plague was…

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