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Make sure you refer to the MAP in the documents and include at least 10 descriptors from the sources. The Black Death outbreaking Europe and Asia was very traumatic and somewhat unexpected the people and governments of some of the countries took precautionary measures in order to try and avoid the plague, like not allowing sick people into the cities and cleaning up the filth, but unfortunately this did not work. They soon realized that death by the quickly spreading plague was inevitable. The sickness affected both men and women and was very prevalent in the armpit and groin areas. Another effect was various sized lumps and black spots all over the body. The main sign of impending death, though, was any swelling. Doctors were finding impossible to find a cure or even a medication to help contain the disease. It was so contagious that even touching something that a person who had the sickness touched would cause you to contract the sickness. The
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