The black death was a bubonic plague pandemic which reached england in june 1348 it was the first and most severe manifestation of the second pandemic caused by yersinia pestis bacteria the term black death was not used until the late 17th century. The plague the first outbreak of plague swept across england in 1348 49 it seems to have travelled across the south in bubonic form during the summer months of 1348 before mutating into the . London plagues 1348 1665 many people have heard of the black death of 1348 and the great plague of 1665 both terrible outbreaks of a disease which killed thousands of londoners however it is less well known that these famous outbreaks are only two of nearly 40 that london suffered between 1348 and 1665. The plague arrived in western europe in 1347 and in england in 1348 it faded away in the early 1350s what were the symptoms of the black death symptoms of the black death included swellings most commonly in the groin armpits and neck dark patches and the coughing up of blood
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