The Influence Of The Bubonic Plague In Europe

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The black plague was one of the most depressing points in history. It occurred during the mid-fourteenth century and wiped out much of the muslim and christian society. During the time of the black plague, Europe and the Middle East were faced with different responses to the pre-plague, during the plague and after the plague. The bubonic plague had an impact on many religions and even for those who did not believe. These doubters had come up with various reasons why that were not religious. Both in the Near East and Europe the public believed that misma (impure air) was carried by wind and brought it to them. The Europeans had practices to dismiss or prevent this disease, for instance they would breathe in latrine vapors, avoid sleeping

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