What Did People Think Caused the Plague?

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People living in the period of the Plague had several beliefs about its causes. These include punishment by God, evil stares and planetary alignment. Others thought that the world was ending and it was a sign of the Apocalypse. Some Christians thought that the Jews had poisoned them.
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