the dead bodies fast enough. The danse macabre usually shows a procession or dance between the living and the dead. The range of figures satellites - fiction shown is meant to show that death will come for everyone, and the various activities depicted are a reminder that death could always be right around the corner.
Nobles- They had to work in their own fields (were not used to nor good enough to do that). Yersinia pestis bacteria are found in the.S. Doctors of the time were forced to research the plague and through this research many new discoveries were made. Rodents and many other kinds of animals can be infected with plague-causing bacteria. The study of contemporary archives suggests a mortality varying in the different regions between one-eighth and two-thirds of the population, and the French chronicler Jean Froissart s statement that about one-third of Europes population died in the epidemic may be fairly accurate. It has been said that the Black Plague anticipated the onset of the Renaissance and the rise of humanism. Eventually, the plague made its way into the northern countries of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and even as far north as Greenland. (1000 villages in England alone were abandoned). The citys population was so diminished that the project of enlarging the cathedral was abandoned, and the death of many great painters, such as Ambrogio and Pietro Lorenzetti, brought the development of the first Sienese school to a premature end. While infected dogs may not appear ill, they may still carry infected fleas into the home. For those living in the years directly after the plague, the nightmare was over; but, getting on with the business of life in a new world remained painful and difficult. People with pneumonic plague can also transmit the infection to other humans via coughing infectious droplets into the air.
Window to the West, The History of Blacks in America,