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All about the plague...

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Medieval towns and cause of plague...

They did not have systems of sewers or

pipes. They were filthy. Rubbish and

waste was thrown into the

and people rarely

This enabled the rats and lice to thrive in there

Infecting people and starting the spread of the

When it spread some people believed that it was caused by

Flagellants...

Flagellants were people that believed that the Black Death was a punishment from

for human sin. They believed that if they punished

repeatedly and confessed, then God would not feel the need to

them by giving them the

Attempts to stop the plague...

Surgeons examined the

to establish the extent of the plague.

Bills of Mortality were published, to publicise the course of the disease.

Examiners and searchers were appointed, who established whether members of a

had contracted the

If so, they then shut up the house for a

, and its inhabitants had to stay indoors.

Constables made sure no one left such

Bodies were buried at

 in huge

away from the

and mourners were not allowed to attend.

Pest houses were set up, to

sufferers.

Stray pigs, dogs, rabbits and cats were

These measures unfortunately did not stop the spread of the

as the plague was caused by rats on cargo ships that held the disease. The plague only ended when the weather turned cold, killing the rats and other animals carrying the illness.



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