The bubonic plague left Persia vulnerable to attack due to all but one of the following effects 1. depopulation 2. condemnation by the church 3. a depressed agricultural economy or 4. abandonment by government officials
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With modern antibiotics such as gentamicin, tetracycline, and Ciprofloxacin, a bacterial infection by Yersinia pestis, the organism that causes bubonic plague, is very treatable. In fact the mortality rate is only 1-15% in treated cases. [ [ The unfortunate part about Yersinia pestis infections in the modern world is misdiagnosis. Since bubonic plague, and the related pneumonic plague and ...
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