Bubonic Plague Catastrophes

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Throughout history, humans have faced disastrous catastrophes that they had to endure in order to survive. One of the most incomprehensible disasters for humanity was the Bubonic Plague, a disaster that transformed the European society, economy, and politics forever.
Often referred to as the Black Plague or Black Death, the prelude of the tragedy began in 1300 when Europe experienced declining temperature and an increasing number of storms and violent rains, destroying the three most important crops: wheat, oats, and hay. This period is called the “Little Ice Age” and lasted until 1450, during which Europe was hit by another devastating event called the Great Famine (1315-1322). As the scarcity of crops spread, Europe rose the cost of grains,
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