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The Black Death was a horrific plague that spread across all of Europe, and killed millions of people during 1347 to 1351. It is one of the biggest disasters in European history. It effected all aspects of peoples lives and the country they lived in. An Italian writer named Giovanni Boccaccio wrote about his experience first hand, which is when the plague was sweeping through Florence. I found his writing and thoughts very intriguing.
Art History 2 01/23/13 Chapter 1 Essay 1. How did the Black Death have an impact on art? Black Death was known as the bubonic plague. Italy was hit extremely hard and about 30- 50% died from it. Black Death had a large amount of effect o the Art world.
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