Filling a mass grave at night during the Plague of London c Showing a group of men with torches in a churchyard preparing to empty the contents of a covered cart into an open grave The Plague also known as the Black Death was a disease caused by Yersinia Pestis an infection carried by fleas living as parasites on rats The Plague hit London in late having ravaged Holland the previous year and killed around people in and around the city The dead were collected at night and thrown into common burial graves
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