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The Bubonic Plague

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Pooj R

on 5 May 2010

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The Bubonic Plague The economy dropped drastically. Also, trade declined and prices of most of the items rose. There were very dirty
conditions in Europe, and
there were many rats that carried
fleas which spread the plague. Farmland was abondoned or used to pasture sheep. The Old Manorial System began to crumble. Serfs had often been unpaid or poorly
paid for their labor. Nobles fiercly resisted peasants
demanding higher wages, which caused peasant revolts in
England, France, Italy, and Belgium. The population also dropped
drastically. Fewer people meant that
workers were scarce everywhere. The outbreak of the plague contributed
to the decline in feudalism because since many
died, the shift of power occured from nobles to peasants.
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