The Black Death soon reached England by the year of 1348. Bristol was believed to be the city that Black Death first reached in England. It was an important European port and city in England during the Medieval time. The plague reached England during the summer months, June through August.
This timeline is a chronology of the spread of the Black Death that reached Europe in the mid 14th century killing around 50 million people – possibly as many as two thirds of the population.
The Black Death of 1346–53 is considered to be unparalleled in human history. From 1347 to 1665, the Black Death is responsible for about 25 million deaths in Europe. 1866–1960s: The third plague pandemic, which originated in China, results in about 2.2 million deaths.
A timeline created with Timetoast's interactive timeline maker. ... Timeline of the Black Death Timeline created by Kate_0000222. In History. Jan 1, 1333. The black death begins The Black Death is first reported in China *exact date not known Nov 1, 1347. The Black Death begins in Europe Nov 1347 The Black Death reaches Italy and quickly preads ...
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1353- Giovanni Boccaccio finishes writing The Decameron, a fictional narrative that opens with a description of the 1348 outbreak of Black Death in Florence, Italy. March 1665- The Great Plague of London begins, and 43 people died by May. June 1665- 6,137 people die by June. July 1665- 17,036 people die by July. Aug. 1665- 31,159 people die by ...
The Black Death was a devastating global epidemic of bubonic plague that struck Europe and Asia in the mid-1300s. Explore the facts of the plague, the symptoms it caused and how millions died from it.
The Black Death was a plague pandemic which devastated Europe from 1347 to 1352 CE, killing an estimated 25-30 million people. The disease, caused by a bacillus bacteria and carried by fleas on rodents, originated in central Asia and was taken from there to the Crimea by Mongol warriors and traders ...