The Bubonic Plague
Scott and Daniel
The disease first, infects the lymph glands and causes fever and inflammation. It also causes red spots on the skin that later turn black. The contaminated lymph nodes are called buboes, which is how the plague got its name, the Bubonic Plague.
Without much education, it was difficult to find a solution to this uprising issue. And little advancements, the whole area could not develop, nobody could work for all the people were aiding loved ones. With no money being made and no new technology being discovered, Europe had hard times even after the Plague. All of this and more highly decreased the value of Europe, some of the most sought after land prior to the epidemic.