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Whenever black plague or its history is described, it refers to the time when the people all over Europe were affected drastically by the sudden outbreak of plague during the middle of the 14th century. It is supposed to impact Europe around 1347 and then spread swiftly throughout Europe around the end of the year 1349. It then moved to various other parts of the world as well.
Black plague was also known as Black Death, pestilence and great mortality. As far as the origin of black plague is concerned, it basically is known to begin in Europe and then slowly and steadily was spread to the rest of the world. Though there is no such proof available regarding the origin of this disease with any sort of precision. But some experts believe that it was started long back in Asia, or perhaps in China. But then different people have their own views regarding the same.
Bubonic plague is known to spread due to the fleas that were living in the plague infected rates. It can easily spread through a sneeze and can be infected from one person to another with a very rapid speed. Large numbers of people were known to die due to this outbreak of bubonic plague. There were extreme reactions regarding this outburst. Hysteria and fear were some of the most common reactions shown by people. People started panicking and then it was the doctors and the priests who somehow managed to make them all get relaxed but the harmful impact that the disease brought about can never be ignored.
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