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The Black Death- Lecture 2

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Department
History
Course
HST 111
Professor
Alan Allport
Semester
Fall

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8272014The Black Death Was apocalyptic Once it ended it brought about a postMedieval EuropeBackground In 1340 Europe is coming to the end of a 700 year period of prosperity and population growth Communication between Europe and Asia was limited good weatherSilk road stretches across Asia from Nanjing to Tyre but no single political entity controlled this area Controlled by warring tribal statesGeneral Countries South GreeceBalkans Italy SpainPortugalWest France British Isles GermanyLow Countries ScandinaviaEast Poland Hungary etcGenghis Khan led the Mongols through a massive conquest of Asia but stayed out of most of Europe because they were uninterestedPax Mongolia
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