Black Death

Black Death, a name given to a succession of fatal epidemics that devastated the world from China to Ireland in the 14th century, believed to be the same as the Oriental plague, though attended with peculiar symptoms; the most serious was that of 1348, which, as is reckoned, stripped England alone of one-third of its inhabitants.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Black Assize * Black Forest
Bitlis
Bitumen
Bitzius
Bizerta
Bizet, Georges
Björnsen
Black, Joseph
Black, William
Black Art
Black Assize
Black Death
Black Forest
Black Friars
Black Hole of Calcutta
Black Lands
Black Monday
Black Prince
Black Rod, Gentleman Usher of
Black Saturday
Black Sea
Black Watch