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The spread of the Black Death in Europe, North Africa, and the Near East (1346–1353)
The spread of the Black Death in Europe, North Africa, and the Near East (1346–1353)

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The Great Plague of London, in 1665, killed up to 100,000 people.
The Great Plague of London, in 1665, killed up to 100,000 people.

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Worldwide distribution of plague-infected animals, 1998
Worldwide distribution of plague-infected animals, 1998

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The spread of the Black Death in Europe, North Africa, and the Near East (1346–1353)
The spread of the Black Death in Europe, North Africa, and the Near East (1346–1353)

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