Black Death.pd - HOW THE BLACK DEATH AFFECTED HUMANITY The Black Death How The Black Death Affected Humanity Luc-Henri LaPlante SNHU Online HOW THE

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HOW THE BLACK DEATH AFFECTED HUMANITY The Black Death How The Black Death Affected Humanity. Luc-Henri LaPlante SNHU Online
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HOW THE BLACK DEATH AFFECTED HUMANITY The Bubonic Plague is undoubtably the world's most famous and harmful diseases ever to strike humanity. Taking place in the middle of the 13th century, it spread across Asia and Europe, and having a specifically harmful effect on the very structure of China's government. There were many repercussions of what has infamously become known as "The Black Death." Among these were social reforms, religious reformations and abandonment, governmental downfalls and uprisings, economic growth and failure, and population numbers just to name a few. To start with, the Bubonic Plague is thought to have started Europe, however, there has been some debate that it actually started in Asia and was brought over to Europe, where it really became a major issue. Regardless of where it started, one thing that is not debated is the nature of how it started, which is that it was a plague started by fleas carrying a very dangerous bacteria. These fleas then attacked themselves to rats, which people associated as being the main perpetuators. (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica, 2017) These rats would jump on board trade ships, carrying the disease overseas, infecting entire countries. (“The black death: Bubonic plague,”
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