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Death To All The Tyrants - Mortal Peril - Of Black Days And Cruel Alliances (CD)

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  1. THE DISASTROUS MORTAL disease known as the Black Death spread across Europe in the years The frightening name, however, only came several centuries after its visitation (and was probably a mistranslation of the Latin word 'atra' meaning both 'terrible' and 'black)'.
  2. Then this cruel death spread everywhere around, following the course of the sun. And there died at Leicester in the small parish of St. Leonard more than persons, in the parish of Holy Cross, ; in the parish of St. Margaret's, Leicester, ; and so in every parish, a great multitude.
  3. Signs of the Black Death were black spots under the arms, seizures, and vomiting. Black rats. The fleas found on the bodies of black rats caused the Black Death. Black rats were common at this time, and as people often lived in cramped and dirty conditions, the chance for disease to spread from rat to human was very high. History; Black Death.
  4. Apr 11,  · The Black Death was an epidemic of bubonic plague, a disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis that circulates among small rodents (like rats, mice, and squirrels) living in .
  5. May 12,  · It is thought that the Black Death travelled 30 to times faster over land than the bubonic plagues of the 20th century; indeed, Scientists in South Africa, New Orleans, and other places affected by bubonic plague in the early 20th century devised experiments to clock their plague’s spread, and found it moved no faster than eight miles a year.
  6. Jun 20,  · The Black Death was an epidemic which spread across almost all of Europe in the years The plague killed over a third of the entire population. It has been described as the worst natural disaster in European history and is responsible for changing the course of that history to a great degree.
  7. Aug 30,  · The Black Death is believed to have had a massive contribution to this along with famines and wars of course. Particularly affected, were the Mongols, who were said to have first contracted the disease. The Black Death contributed massively to the fall of the Mongol Empire – the second-largest empire the world has ever seen.
  8. The Black Death in medieval culture includes the effect of the Black Death (–) on art and literature throughout the generation that experienced it.. Although contemporary chronicles are often regarded by historians as the most realistic portrayals of the Black Death, the effects of such a large-scale shared experience on the population of Europe influenced poetry, prose, stage works.
  9. The Black Death, also known as the Pestilence and the Great Mortality, was the most fatal pandemic recorded in human history. The Black Death resulted in the deaths of up to 75– million people in Eurasia and North Africa, peaking in Europe from to Plague, the disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, was the cause; Y. pestis infection most commonly results in bubonic.

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