The Black Death By : Kristen tino

The Black Death was a deadly disease. It swept through Europe between 1347 and 1351. The disease spread from person to person and also spread through rats and flies. The Black Death was also known as the Bubonic Plague. The Black Death killed over 20 million people of Europe was dead. In the 14th century the plague sperd across Europe.
The symptoms of the Black Death are Fever ,Chills, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Aches and Pains ,and Death. The death faded out after three years but reappeared after a few centuries. Doctors used simple techniques such as bloodletting, boil balancing and superstitious practice such as burning herbs and bathing in rose water and vinerger. People thought that the Black Death was a punishment from god, they would punish themselves to say they were sorry.

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