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What were the social effects of the bubonic plague spreading from Asia to Europe?

(Select all that apply.)

Millions of European Christians fled to the Holy Land of Jerusalem.

Approximately 30 percent of the Persian population was killed.

Fathers would sacrifice their first-born sons in order to appease God.

People turned to folk remedies and magic charms to protect themselves.

I believe it is B and D

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  1. Yes, B and D.

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  2. Yay! Thank You!

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