Decline of Fuedalism-Bubonic Plague

Decline of Fuedalism-Bubonic Plague
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  • The Decline Of Feudalism-Bubonic Plague By: Alexia Maxwell
  • Oh no! A rat! Run!
  • Oh no! Everybody's dead!  Dead bodies everywhere.
  • I'm infected! Someone help!  I've been like this for two days.
  • The Black Death took over 24 million lives.  It spread through rats on merchant boats and on the Silk Road around Europe.
  • Many people, unfortunately, died in the Bubonic Plague era. People got little black dots on their skin, and in a week of symptoms, they could potentially die.
  • Why am I loosing power? The feudal lords will not take over!
  • The Bubonic Plague was caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis.  After one-week flu-like symptoms develop and the skin is swollen and some lymph nodes may break open.
  • Why would you say that?
  • Will I get the plague?
  • The Bubonic plague began in 1346 and ended in in 1350.  The bubonic plague traveled through Europe.  It was spread by rats infected by the disease and merchant boats.
  • By having the Bubonic Plague, the monarchs lost all power and the social pyramids fell.  The Black death killed so many individuals.  I could definitely tell that the king was very stressed out about this and devastated.
  • The  Feudal Lords obtained and maintained power.  It effected peoples lives by having to see so many dead bodies and just to think if you get the plague its scary.
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