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The Plague in England
The Traveller Rattus
The Carrier The Flea
The Victory of Death
Pomanders from the 17th Century
A doctor at the Time of the Plague
The Death Toll London,
Samuel Pepys ( )
John Evelyn ( )
Daniel Defoe ( )
Eyam, Derbyshire Population before the Plague:350 Victims of the Plague: 259
A Plague Cottage Today
Seven Members of a family
The Death Record of Eyam
Ring a Ring of Roses
A Nursery Rhyme „Ring a Ring of Roses, A Pocketful of Posies, Atishoo, We All Fall Down.”
RING A RING A ROSIES A POCKET FULL OF POSIES ATISHOO WE ALL FALL DOWN PICKING UP THE DAISIES ATISHOO WE ALL JUMP UP.
Bubonic Plague was known as the Black Death and had been known in England for centuries. It was a ghastly disease. The victim's skin turned black.
The Plague. a little bit o’ history… aka- The Black Death 14 century Europe Killed 1/3 of population.
Tudor diseases By Sarah, Sam and Theo. Introduction We did Tudor diseases because 1.Theo didn’t know very much 2.Sarah and Sam thought it would be gory.
BELLWORK 1.Explain the rise and fall of the Mayan civilization. 2.What were the capitals of the Aztec and Inca? 3.What were chinampas? How were they beneficial.
The Black Plague. How the Plague Started The disease can be traced back to Asia. Traders traveled along sea routes (through the Black sea) and the.
© Boardworks Ltd of 23 The Great Plague 1665.
The Black Death. Ring around the rosy Pocket full of posies Ashes, ashes! We all fall down!
BY: JENNIFER SUE LEE. Symptoms Symptoms of the Black Plague are terrifying and painful. Some of these symptoms include: Swellings [buboes] near the.
The Black Death. Key questions There are 3 questions that will be asked during the course of the lesson; 1.What is the “Black Death”? 2.What caused the.
1.In 1347, a ship entered the port of Messina 2.All crew were infected or dead 3.The disease was spread by fleas that fed off of rats THE BLACK DEATH.
The Black Death Dead littered the streets everywhere. Cattle and livestock roamed the country unattended. Brother deserted brother.
12/11/15 Bell Ringer How many people do you come in contact with in a day? Or in a week?
What was life like in a Medieval Village? Medieval Health Inspector’s Report Learning Objectives To know what life was like in a Medieval Village. To understand.
By: Dustin Coldwell. The disease was caused by Yersinia pestis. Bacillus ( rod shaped ). Affects humans and animals. It is found in wild rodents:
Trouble in Asia A mysterious illness first appears on the Mongolian Steppe in the 1340’s It is lethal and rapid in its spread, wiping out entire villages.
The Middle Ages. The “Dark” Ages The Roman Empire falls apart. Charlemagne- tries to reunite parts of empire. –Holy Roman Empire –Endorsed by the.
The Black Plague:. Ring around the Rosie Pocket full of Posies Ashes to Ashes We all fall down…
Black Death Black Death "It was dark before I could get home, and so land at Churchyard stairs, where to my great trouble I met a dead corps.
The Famine of By 1300 Europeans were farming almost all the land they could cultivate. A population crisis developed. Climate changes.
Effects of the Black Death. How the Plague Affected the Church The church lost prestige, spiritual authority, and leadership over the people because it.
DO NOW: 9/11 1.How has September 11 impacted your life and your community? Do you think America is more or less vulnerable now? Explain. 1.How should future.
Chapter 15 Section 5 The Late Middle Ages. I. The Black Death (pgs ) A terrible plague, known as the Black Death swept through Europe during the.
The Black Death Miss K. Guppy. The Plague Arrives in England… Historians think that the plague arrived in England during the summer of 1348 –It is widely.
We first thought these were Greek or Roman dancers. We looked extensively on the internet and could not find a pattern similar to this relief. We then.
Middle Ages P Magna Carta- Great Charter 1215 AD- nobles force King John to respect rights Signed at Runnymede 63 demands Habeas corpus- couldn’t.
Where are we in history? ______________________________________.
© 2001 by Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Early human interactions with microbes Early Plagues What did people THINK was causing disease?
Appositives. An appositive is a word or group of words that renames the noun or pronoun that comes before it. My pet, a magical unicorn, is trained to.
1. What are the children doing in this picture? 2. Have you ever played this game? 3. What is the mood expressed in this picture?
My name is Samuel, Samuel Pepys – you can call me Mr Pepys. I will be your guide around the city – London. Always start by clicking on my picture so you.
In Western Europe, it all started with fleas on rats. Sometimes a disease changes everything.
Chapter 14 Section 4. Pope and King Collide in 1300 (King wins) Pope Clement V Moved from Rome to Avignon, France Weakened the Church.
The Black Death The Black Death consisted of three Plagues, the Septicaemic Plague, Pneumonic Plague and the worst of all the Bubonic Plague. Also the.
The Black Plague in Europe
A bacteria-born disease, Yersinia Pestis, carried in the blood of wild Black rats and the fleas that lived on the rats. When the rats died, the fleas.
PHOTO ANALYSIS: What do you see? Everyone will receive a post-it note. Next, a photo will be displayed on the screen. Once the photo is displayed, take.
Our objectives today are:- To read and complete a comprehension. To know how and when to skim and scan a passage.
1250 – 1300 life is pretty good New Towns New Towns Charters Charters Economy growing Economy growing Then…. Then….
There are 3 questions that will be asked during the course of the lesson; 1.What is the “Black Death”? 2.What caused the Black Death? 3.What were the.
Quickwrite So far this semester, we have studied the feudal system in Europe. What do you think caused the feudal system to end?
The Plague (Black Death) The Victims “ate lunch with their friend and dinner with their ancestors in paradise.” -Boccaccio.
By: Caroline Caridi and Mikey Riley The Black Death.
Hooks and Leads Start Your Essay Off with a BANG!.
The Black Death Plague Strikes Europe. What is the Black Death? There were 2 forms of the plague however, bubonic was the most common. Most people now.
Rhythm is easy to feel but quite hard to define, so let’s start thinking about it.
The Black Plague Symptoms & Treatments. Group Work Each group will research a different form of the plague. Use the butcher’s paper to make notes about.
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