Bubonic Plague: The Most Deadly Diseases Of The Medieval Ages

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These diseases started from unhealthy living. Medieval towns were filthy and ran down. There were no water resources. The only bathroom resource was prives and chamber pots that were entered in streams and canals. Garbage was tossed into the streets and streams. Hygiene was poor people only bathed once a week and people lived in small places with other people. The worst thing was the fleas and rats that carried a lot of diseases and gave it to the people. These gruesome things lead to leprosy, scarlet, measles, cholera, and worst of all the bubonic plague.

The Bubonic plague also known as the “black death” was one of the most deadly diseases from the medieval times. The Black death is a disease transmitted from bacteria from fleas. This disease
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