Bubonic Plague

Bubonic Plague

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  • The Decline Of Fuedalism
  • The Bubonic Plague struck all of Europe, now focusing on a perspective of a young girl who lived with her family. Also on the perspective of a King who refused to give rights to a commoner.
  • The Bubonic Plague also known as the black death struck Europe from 1347 to 1351. A girl named Belle and her family, as well as many many people where affected by it. It was told to have started in China and spread by travelers.
  • The bubonic Plague gave sever symptoms like fever, vomiting, and egg sized bumps. Unfortunately, Belle's mother got ill. Now, the king had trouble maintaining order in his castle, for all the people feared they would get ill.
  • The living conditions weren't helpful. Dirt everywhere with rats with fleas onto humans. Streets were trashy with dead animals and human waste. Belle and her father fled to another place to escape the disease
  • The plague contributed to the decline of fuedalism because commoners demanded more money and rights. Since most commoners were dead the remaining felt for more rights. The king needed workers so agreed to give more money and rights.
  • They obtained power doing revolts and Fighting not physically for what they need. In the end the remaining people got there rights and more money. So, they got what they neede and the king had people to work for him still.
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