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During the late Middle Ages there were many progresses made such as many new inventions and art and literate was at a peak With these very important improvements of the late middle ages there was a problem that nothing could be compared to the black death During this time period the Black Death was a major factor in Europe from when it swept threw from 1300 to 1450 Many people said it was the end of the world because of the plagues effects on the European people and Europe in general The plague was brought to Europe by cargo from China In this cargo there were rats that had fleas on them that carried this plague and this little fleas caused one of the most devastating epidemics in the history of the world The people of Europe were already in bad times before the plague due to economic depression and agricultural expansion had reached its limits Then in 1347 the plague struck once infected by the plague a person would develop enormous swelling in there groin or armpits black spots would appear on there legs then diarrhea would occur and the victim would die between the third and fifth day The plague was not only transmitted by the fleas the plague was also transmitted by air and if a person was infected that way he would cough up blood and then die within 3 days By the end of the plague around two-thirds of Europes population was dead and the people that did survive had a very hard time living in the conditions that Europe was in With most of Europes population dying or already dead the country it self was in a mess One of its biggest problems was its sanitation the living conditions were horrible due to numerous dead people just lying around So many people died that they had to dig up a hole and just fit as many dead
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