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The Plague of Justinian is considered one of the first ever pandemics historically recorded. This plague infected the Byzantine Empire in about 541 CE and is believed to have taken the lives of around 100 million people around the world. At its peak, it may have even killed 10,000 people per day. While it is unclear which particular virus or disease caused this pandemic, it is clear the pandemic was a major factor in European history - as it stunned and prevented the Byzantine Empire from spreading over into Italy. It lasted for 225 years before disappearing completely. Many suspect the disease originated from China or India and was spread through sea trading routes.

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Words to live by 🤘

17 views · May 4th

The Plague of Justinian is considered one of the first ever pandemics historically recorded. This plague infected the Byzantine Empire in about 541 CE and is believed to have taken the lives of around 100 million people around the world. At its peak, it may have even killed 10,000 people per day. While it is unclear which particular virus or disease caused this pandemic, it is clear the pandemic was a major factor in European history - as it stunned and prevented the Byzantine Empire from spreading over into Italy. It lasted for 225 years before disappearing completely. Many suspect the disease originated from China or India and was spread through sea trading routes.

18 views · May 4th