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The Terrible 14 th Century. A century of famine, war, and plague The plague: extent and symptoms The plague: social effects The cause and the cure Questions remaining. I. A century of famine, war, and plague. The Famine. Never-ending rainfall in northern Europe, 1315-1317.

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The terrible 14 th century
The Terrible 14th Century

  • A century of famine, war, and plague

  • The plague: extent and symptoms

  • The plague: social effects

  • The cause and the cure

  • Questions remaining



The famine
The Famine

Never-ending rainfall in northern Europe, 1315-1317



Warfare
Warfare

The Hundred Years’ War: France v. England, 1337-1453







Life expectancy in england how long the average person lived
Life Expectancy in England(how long the average person lived)

Years and Eras:Life Span:

1276 (the good 13th century) 35.28 years

1301-1325 (the famine era) 29.84 years

1348-1375 (plague era) 17.33 years













The terrible 14 th century

The Dance of Skeletonsby Michael Wolgemut (1493)











V questions remaining
V. Questions remaining humans, in 1898

  • Why did it come and go in just a few years?

  • Was it really bubonic plague or something else?

  • Would society react the same way to a similar situation now?