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  • Slide 1 - THE BUBOnIC PLAGUE OF THE MIDDLE AGES By: Josh B. and Kaylee W. Core: 1
  • Slide 2 - How Did it Get its Name? Got its name from buboes which is where it gets infected
  • Slide 3 - Who Discovered the Plague? A French scientist named Alexandre Yersin discovered it Alexandre Yersin pictured above
  • Slide 4 - When Was it Discovered? It was discovered in 1884
  • Slide 5 - What is it Known As Today? Now known as the Black Death (Bacterium Yersinia Pestis)
  • Slide 6 - Where Was it First Discovered? It was first identified in Hong Kong, China
  • Slide 7 - How Did The Bubonic Plague Start? Started as a minor plague in China
  • Slide 8 - What Mainly Carries it? Mainly oriental rat fleas carried on the backs of Black Rats
  • Slide 9 - What Was it Caused By and How Did it Spread? The Bubonic Plague was spread by rodents
  • Slide 10 - What is it Caused By? Caused by Bacterium Yersinia Pestis
  • Slide 11 - Are There Other Types of the Plague? There is the Bubonic, Pneumonic, and Septicemic plague Pictured above are the Pneumonic (left) and the Septicemic (right) plague
  • Slide 12 - Interesting Facts of the Bubonic Plague Bacteria flourishes in rural areas
  • Slide 13 - What Did the Doctors Think? many doctors thought that bad smells would get rid of the plague such as dung
  • Slide 14 - Were There Other Things Doctors Thought Would Cure it? There were others that were more likely to spread infection than cure it
  • Slide 15 - How Many Did it Kill? When the plague came through Europe in 1348 it killed 25-60%. Some estimates for the death rate were as high as 2/3.
  • Slide 16 - When Did the First Named Victims Die? the first victims that we have names for died in 1338 and 1339.
  • Slide 17 - Fast Fact #1 Then wiped out a third of the Chinese population
  • Slide 18 - Fast Fact #2 Has 1,000 to 2,000 annual cases
  • Slide 19 - Fast Fact #3 we use the term black death now but then it was called the pestilence or the great mortality
  • Slide 20 - Fast Fact #4 the plague continued ended in 1351ADcoming back to Europe even after it
  • Slide 21 - Fast Fact #5 Jews were often accused of causing the plague to kill Christians even though they were just as likely to become infected as Christians
  • Slide 22 - Fast Fact #6 almost no one suspected rats or fleas which were there in abundance
  • Slide 23 - Review Question One Who first discovered the Bubonic Plague? Alexandre Yersin
  • Slide 24 - Review Question Two How many cases are reported of the Black Death annually? 1,000 to 2,000 cases annually
  • Slide 25 - Review Question Three There are two other types of the plague. What are they? Pneumonic and Septicemic plague
  • Slide 26 - Review Question Four About how much of the Chinese population was wiped by the Bubonic Plague? About one third of the population
  • Slide 27 - Review Question Five What year did Alexandre Yersin discover the Bubonic Plague? In 1884
  • Slide 28 - Review Question Six If we use the term “black death” now, what term did they use then? “Pestilence” or “The Great Mortality”
  • Slide 29 - 1. 1346 2. 1347 3. Mid 1348 4. End 1348 5. Mid 1349 6. End 1349 7. 1350 8. c.1351 9. c.1353 10. Low incidence 10 1 3 2 4 5 6 9 8 7
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