the bubonic plauge history project
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The Bubonic plague
By Justin Glenn
The Bubonic plague originated in central Asia in 1336 and quickly moved to China and India in 1347.
From there the plague infected rats that hid on trading ships.
A flea would bite the rat and then bite a human therefore spreading the disease.
Eventually, the outbreak got so bad that monks and priests stopped helping people that were sick.
The plague greatly reduced the workforce and nobles.
But with most of the population gone, the survivors had more job opportunities, money and food. This was one of the things that led to the decline of feudalism.
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