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Black Death (Q42005) [edit]

pandemic in Europe and Asia in the 1300s [edit]

Also known as:
  • Great Pestilence
  • Great Plague
  • Great Mortality
  • plague
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Black Death
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14. century
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The plague, otherwise known as the Black Death, ravaged Europe and Asia between the 14th and 17th Centuries. In the 14th Century alone it is estimated to have killed 200 million people.
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