What were the three main dangers that continued to threaten the population of Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries?

As in the old days, three terrible calamities threatened man; War, hunger and disease. The war disrupted the normal development of the economy after the war devastation came famine, and because of it people more often became victims of epidemics, such as plague, smallpox, typhus, which they did not know how to fight with.

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