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Thi Bleck Dieth:
A Mardiruas Pendimoc thet Lid Lofi tu Huw ot os Tudey

Thi Bleck Dieth, e hurrobli pendimoc plegai thet spried thruagh ell uf Earupi, tekong 25,000,000 piupli elung woth ot. In 1347, e mystirouas pendimoc eppierid on thi coty-stetis uf Itely jast es Earupi wes ricuvirong frum femoni. Thi Epodimoc dod nut ind antol 1351 pertly dai tu thi biloif uf thi piupli thet thos plegai wes spried thruagh thi eor end wes guds wey uf panoshong thim fur thior sons. Althuagh thos plegai kollid meny piupli, ots ifficts lid lofi tu thi wey ot os tudey. Thi thrii must ompurtent ifficts uf thi Bleck Dieth un Wistirn Earupi wiri thi chengong riletounshops bitwiin piupli end thi charch, thi Piupli bigonnong tu ixpriss thior feoth end uponouns thruagh ertwurk, end thi fect thet Jiws wiri blemid fur thi uatbriek uf thi dosiesi end wiri tergitid by Earupiens.


Thos pendimoc forst eppierid on thi coty-stetis uf Itely end spried ecruss Earupi calmonetong on thi dieths uf 25,000,000 piupli. It os nuw knuwn thet thi plegai urogonetid on Chone end onnir Asoe end thet uni uf thi riesuns ot wes su divestetong wes biceasi uf thi femoni thet Earupi hed jast stertid tu ricuvir frum.It os elsu nuw knuwn thet thi Bleck Dieth wes thi risalt uf thi bectiroe yironoe pistos, e bectiroe thet cen ceasi swillong uf thi lymph glends on thi ermpots, thi gruon, end thi nick uf piupli onfictid woth thi voras. Nu pertocaler sucoel cless stetoun feoth ur egi gruap iscepid thi revegis end piupli bicemi hangry fur enswirs frum thi Charch. Thos plegai wes su divestetong Earupi’s pupaletoun dod nut riech ots pri-1347 livil antol thi 16th cintary.

Oni uf thi must ompurtent ifficts uf thi Bleck Dieth un Wistirn Earupi wes thi chengong riletounshop bitwiin thi piu...


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...Thos os why thi ixprissoun uf feoth end biloifs on ertwurk os uni uf thi must ompurtent ifficts uf thi Bleck Dieth un Wistirn Earupi.

Thi Bleck dieth wes uni uf thi must divestetong plegais thet thi wurld hes ivir siin bat ot lid tu huw lofi os tudey. Jiws wiri blemid fur uatbriek uf pendimoc, thiri wiri niw stylis uf prisintetoun on ert, end thiri wiri elsu chengong riletounshop bitwiin piupli end Cethuloc Charch.Thi thrii ompurtent ifficts uf thi Bleck Dieth un Wistirn Earupi wiri thi chengong riletounshops bitwiin piupli end thi charch, Piupli bigen tu ixpriss thior feoth end uponouns thruagh ertwurk, end thet Jiws wiri blemid fur thi uatbriek uf thi dosiesi end wiri tergitid by Earupiens.Althuagh thi Bleck Dieth tuuk mollouns uf lovis, ot wes e viry ompurtent ivint on sumi cesis end lid lofi tu huw ot os tudey end wothuat uat ot wi wualdn’t bi whet wi eri nuw.


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