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7. 3 reasons of what the people thought caused the black death was that God was punishing Mankind for its sins, an unfavorable alignment of the planets, and they said it was bad air, and jews poisoning wells. 8. There were no real cures for the black death, because no one actually knew where it was coming from so they had to deal with it and hope to survive. 9.
1 Alec Negri February 7th, 2012 Mr. Dini A period Black Death There are a few chapters in every culture’s history that leave future generations in horror; one such chapter still haunts all of Europe. A pandemic that wiped out 30 to 60 percent of Europe’s entire population, and it took approximately 150 years for future generations to overcome the economic, social, religious and political ramifications it created. There is still an ongoing debate as to how this plague entered Europe or where it originated from; but the one theory that has found the most approval believes it originated in China and travelled along the Silk Route to enter Europe from the shores of Italy in the Spring of 1348. It is believed that the plague left Europe
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