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Kissing Was Once Banned In England

A deadly plague was the cause

The ban on Kissing affected England; Source: History Daily

Between 1347 and 1352 CE, a deadly plague known as the “Black Death”, led to the death of many people in Medieval Europe. Black death also referred to as “Bubonic Plague”, was an extremely dangerous disease. It was named black death because it turned the skin and sores black. As the deadly plague constantly reduced the English population, many letters…

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