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Word Search
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bulbous
rosey
contagious
medieval
transmit
infect
posey
culprit
excessive
regurgitate
bacteria
famine
plague
bubonic
blackdeath

The Black Death Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Fear
Lungs
Plague
England
Population
Cures
France
China
Italy
Fatal
Death
Victims
Symptoms
Ships
Rats
Septicaemic
Pueumonic
Disease
Spread
Infection
Fleas
Bubonic
Buboes
Bacillus

Black Death Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

People thought it was an ......... apocalypse
Place of Christian worship church
Helps sick people doctor
Wingless insect fleas
uncontrollable fear or anxiety panic
an ordained minister of the Catholic, Orthodox, or Anglican Church priest
"S" type of plague Septicaemia
"B" type of plague Bubonic
the action or fact of dying or being killed Death
death, destruction, or some other terrible fate Doom
Creator of all God
contagious bacterial disease Plague
Small rodents Rats
Signs of disease Symptoms

The Black Death Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The colour of the death Black
Where the Black Death spread Britain
Another place where the Black Death spread Asia
Lots of people where....? Dead
There was a lot of....? Death
People had poor....? Diets
North, South......., and west East
Britain Europe
Peoples......went down Health
The animals that spread the plague Rats
The rats where........ A lot of people Killing
Ill + ness Illness
The rats caused a lot of? Infection
Another word for the black death Plague

Black Death Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Incurable
Bloodletting
Fear
Pits
Lice
Rats
Infectious
Infection
Boils
Catapult
Panic
Priests
Doctors
Feudalism
Septicaemic
Pneumonic
Disease
Plague
Blackdeath
Herbs
Nomadic
Pandemic
Buboes
Bubonic
Flagellants

Black Death Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who blamed the Jews for the Black Death Christians
What contributed to the spread of the Black Death unsanitary conditions
Another name for the Black Death Black Plague
Where did the Black Death originate Central Asia
What carried the Black Death fleas
How did the infected rats arrive in Europe merchant ships
How is the Black Death transmitted to humans flea bites
How many people died in every 3 one
They saw the Black Death as a punishment from who God
How did some of the people infected with Black Death treat themselves witchcraft
Some beat themselves with whips to show that they repented what sins

The Plague Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ages
alignment
asia
black
bloodletting
boils
bubonic
century
china
church
crying
deadly
death
decrease
dirty
disaster
disease
doctor
driedfrog
england
europe
fear
feudal
flea
fourteenth
illness
infected
italy
labour
ladies
lords
medieval
middle
millions
monasteries
pain
pandemic
peasant
planet
pope
posies
rat
religion
ring-a-ring-a-rosie
rodents
sanitation
screaming
serious
sesus
shortage
the silk road
third-half
thirteen hundreds
trade
twenty
twenty five
vomiting
whipping

Medieval times "The Dark Ages Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An economic and Political system that was developed in the middle ages Fuedalism
Lowest rank of people on a manor also known as a peasant Serf
Being expelled or kicked out of the church Excommunicated
The Bubonic Plague Black Death
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church Pope
An estate including peasants and lords manor
lord or son of a lord knight
medieval institution of knighthood where they learned bravery, courtesy, honesty, and manners chivalry
symbolic bade a knight wears to show what family he is from coat of arms
Religious wars between Christian and Muslim fighting over the holy land The crusdes
A tower moved up against the walls of a castle so attackers could get in Siege tower
A machine that projects (Catapults) large stone or other objects Trebuchet
A piece of land given to you by the king and in return you gave people to fight at war fief
Under lord or feudal tenant Vassal
A period of time when there was a lot of starvation, death, and the plague (black death) Dark ages
a knight in training Squire
A defensive fort where the King or a lord lives Catsle
a document that says the king is not above the law and ensures rights for the people Magna Carta
A young boy who acts as a servant for a knight page
A German tribe who settled in the land we know know as France Franks

Epidemiology & Public Health/Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Infectious agents are spread throughout the body by the blood stream or lymph system systemic
example is disease causing bacteria parasitism
how the disease develops and progresses pathogenesis
infected person can transmit an infectious agent to another person communicable
present for a while then disappear transient
can occur from bacteria already found in the body as well as from outside of the body infection
person who retains pathogens and transmits infection with or without showing symptoms carrier
causative agent remains inactive for a long time, but can become active and produce symptoms latent
live stably and do not cause infection normal
easily transmitted contagious
determines the etiology of a disease epidemiologist
can be carried for years without developing into a full blown illness subclinical
a disease that is acquired in a short amount of time by a number of people in a given area epidemic
how pathogens stick together adhesions
healthcare-associated infections nosocomial
number of people that have a disease at a specified point in time prevalence

Medieval Europe Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

SALADIN
FRIAR
WILLIAM
CLOVIS
IVAN
ANTI SEMETISM
BLACK DEATH
CHARLEMAGNE
CHIVALRY
CONCORDAT
CRUSADES
FERDINAND
FEUDALISM
FIEF
FJORD
GRAND JURY
GUILD
HENRY II
HERESY
ISABELLA
JOAN OF ARC
KING JOHN
KNIGHT
MAGNA CARTA
MANOR
MASS
MISSIONARY
PLAGUE
RECONQUISTA
SCHOLASTICISM
SERF
THEOLOGY
TRIAL JURY
VASSAL
VERNACULAR

History of medicine Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

first to keep accurate health records egyptians
medication is administered by IV,injections or pills
developed the smallpox vaccination Edward Jenner
plague that killed 1/3 of Europe also called black death Bubonic plague
invented the stethoscope rene laennec
father of medicine hippocrates
symbol of medicine cadeus
oath of conduct historically taken by physicians Hippocratic oath
test to diagnose cervical cancer pap test
made the oral polio vaccine alfred sabin