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How did the patient get the bubonic plague? "This was a patient who had very, very poor hygiene in the house, and there were dead rodents and fleas," he explained.
Some students may think that the bubonic plague was the only cause of the Black Death.
Her specific theme is the bubonic plague, arriving in Europe in 1347 but remaining a threat until 1890.
A century later, the village, then called Poultney, was "lost" as the bubonic plague swept Britain and Europe.
Rats have been getting particularly bad press ever since the bubonic plague, which they were believed to have spread.
Vermin exterminator Kim Edwards told Channel 4's Big Breakfast the rodent, which once was responsible for carrying the bubonic plague, had been spotted in Coventry.
Scientist Dr Oya Alpar, of Aston University, has helped develop a vaccine against the bubonic plague - a disease that doctors fear could re-emerge to terrorise the world.
The bubonic plague that is still found in this day and age in India and the Southwestern United States is carried by rat fleas, while ticks carrying Lyme disease can also be found on rats, albeit more in the suburban areas of the metropolitan area than in the concrete jungle.
The bubonic plague (or the Black Death as it was called) marched inexorably westward.
A Distant Mirror (1978), which began as a study of the bubonic plague in Europe, became an exhaustive account of France in the 14th century.
His research focused on the bubonic plague, which was the subject of a fatwa by Saudi cleric Nasir al-Fahd, who said the Prophet would be happy if the plague could be unleashed to wipe out Europe.
Suffering in paradise; the bubonic plague in English literature from More to Milton.