- the black death of the 14th century the black death began in 1348 creating one of the most horrifying pandemics to ever happen in human history after devastating millions of people, the black death finally came to an end in 1350.
Through the middle ages the plague or black death killed about a third of the population the height of the black death happened between 1347 until about 1400 ending the lives of about 25 million people between the years 1347 and 1352 (galán 2013.
The black death is another name which was given to the plague because of the appearance of black blood beneath the skin this disease became associated with the term plague because of the widespread fatalities that it caused throughout history (platt 10-11.
He black death is one of the most lethal disease out breaks in history the black death's widespread terror accounted for nearly one third of the deaths in europe.
He black death is one of the most lethal disease out breaks in history the black death's widespread terror accounted for nearly one third of the deaths.
Her essay, so aptly named “this is the end of the world,” takes the reader on a journey through a period of time marked by a catastrophe so great that, indeed, one feels as if it truly is the end of the world.