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    The Black Plague resulted the death of an estimated 25 to 60 percent of Europeans. The Black Death spread through Western Europe between 1348 and 1349. It was called the plague because it killed more people than anything before. The Black Death led to many changes one of them being that farmland was not used which reduced the output of food. Another change was that the demand for labor rose. The Black Plague spread through Europe from 1347 to 1351. It was called a plague because it killed…

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    were given small fiefs to work on and minimal food. Feudalism, a system of reciprocity, ensured peace and stability within Europe until the plague was present. The Feudal System was disrupted after the outbreak of the Black Death. Surviving peasants changed their outlook on life as they believed they were spared by God. The scarcity of peasants after the plague led to a deficiency in labour. It became a valuable commodity as landlords competed for workers and tenants. They offered the…

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    readers the effects of the plague that caused so much destruction. The Black Death was a pandemic that occurred in the 1300s and left civilizations destroyed from the massive amount of people it killed. Cantor explains that there will most likely always be a degree of uncertainty about the plague because of the limitations from the medical profession in the fourteenth century. Cantor brings attention to the question of whether the plague solely consisted of the bubonic plague or if there was…

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    Yellow Fever snuck up and swept people by their feet to the ground. Truck loads of French and Philadelphia doctors rushed looking for a cure for the inconvenient yellow fever victims. It all started on a serene alluring sunny day spread by infected mosquitos. The horrid disease believed to have been brought by foreign boats and refugees. When it struck another victim it got up to bat and hit a homerun killing every player trying to catch it. Yellow Fever swept away about 2,000-5,000 souls.…

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    Eastern continent. Unbeknownst to the merchants that were traveling during this time, they not only spread many goods from the rural areas of Europe to its richer inner districts, but, they harbored one of the worst diseases known to mankind, the Black Plague. By 1348, the disease had spread from the Silk Roads to Constantinople, to which over the course of its life-span (slowing around 1353), had killed between 30-60% of Europe’s population. A grand total of 200 million people had perished…

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    later they will probably get fleas. These little pest can cause itching to someone’s pet and they can develop tape worms in the animal’s intestines if the flea infestation is not taken care of. Fleas are also thought to be responsible for the bubonic plague. This annoying parasites effects it host in some cases transmitting disease. To get the parasite off the host dawn dish soap kills the parasite and its eggs. If the infestation is in one’s house there are proper flea solutions such as flea…

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    I'm not scared is set in the fictional town of Aqua Traverse in Southern Italy in the late 1970s. At this era in Italy there was a huge imbalance in the standard of living between the North and South of the country. This prompted a spate of 300 kidnappings in Italy in 1978, carried out by poor southern Italians on children of rich northerners, children like Filippo in I'm not scared. Thus the political backdrop of the film is significant. The main crisis of the film, involving Michele's…

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    The history of earth has witnessed numerous remarkable epidemics, which were the reason for millions of human deaths. These tragedies did not distinguish between an animal and a human, even children suffered from them. One example of these epidemics was the Black Death, which had killed approximately seventy-five million people in 1350. Until now, neither human beings nor other creatures have a guarantee against the re-emergence of these epidemics, or against the spread of a new one. For this…

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    Why were Victorian cities so unhealthy? There are many reasons out there as to why so many people died in the industrializing cities such as Leeds and Manchester at this time. We from the future look back on this time as a disgusting one, and it was: Children will get sick if they come in contact with feces. Unfortunately, the Victorians didn’t know this. However, perhaps the root cause lies with these four reasons: the population explosion, back to back housing, diseases, and water and waste…

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    had done to this country and the types of medicine they had. This all happened during the 1350s all across Europe. In the 1300’s Europe had discovered one of the worst diseases ever in the world. This disease is called The Black Plague or The Black Death. This plague has been the worse one in history. It had spread all throughout Europe and other parts of the world. Before all this happened the population had just became to start increasing. In this country people are suffering from hunger…

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