anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement about the Black Death that struck Europe in the 1300s is not true? A. Scholars took new interest in medicine and natural science. B. Trade between countries had a significant impact on the spread of the plague. C. Fourteenth-century scientists discovered that city walls contained the spread of diseases. D. The plague significantly reduced the population of Europe.
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Surana
  • Surana
A lot of people *cough* half of Europe died.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C
SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
C ain't true. Walls containing a disease spread by rats? They crawled through the walls easily and infected most of the Middle East. More than half of China died. C is the answer.

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anonymous
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all done
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Do you know your grade? Or are you gonna turn it in later?
anonymous
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2 more whaaaaaaaaaaa
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Good job!

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