What was the Great Pestilence?


What was the Great Pestilence?


Epidemics refer to relatively contained outbreaks, such as an outbreak that occurs in a single city, country, or region. Pandemics are epidemics that spread around the world.

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The Black Death Lesson for Kids: Facts & Symptoms


Chapter 8 / Lesson 13

Learn about the bubonic plague, also known as the Black Death. Discover the cause of the Black Death, signs and symptoms of the disease, how it killed over 50 million people in the 14th century, and how the plague spread throughout the world.

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