The Black Death

The black death was the extreme European plague of 1348-1350. It got its name from dark blotches produced by hemorrhages on skin. The black death was a scourge such as man has never known. Eighty percent of the victims died within two or three days, usually in agonizing pain. No one knew the cause or the cure. People crowded into the churches, appealing for protection to the Virgin.

The black death generated a startling belief in witchcraft. Ignorant people thought it set the stage for the Reformation by killing off the clergy and upsetting the entire religious life of Europe. The explanation was too simple, but it must have been a powerful force for religious revolution. [263]

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