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Medieval style bathing depicted in calligraphy of a book circa 1400.

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There is nothing like a good hot soak in a bath or a bracing shower. Putting on clean clothes and generally giving ourselves a mini make-over lifts our ...

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Illustration of the Black Death from the Toggenburg Bible (1411).

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Iron Age

Poor people didn't have the luxury of toilets, so they simply relieved themselves wherever they could and just buried the waste matter.

Bronze Age

Justinian's Plague

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Dark Ages facts

Medieval dentist removing tooth, probably 1616-7.

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A typical olden days meal

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

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Crusades

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Roughing It

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Albucasis blistering a patient in the hospital at Cordova, 1100, by Ernest Board,

Woodcut (c. 1480)

'Portrait of a Lady' by Netherlandish painter Rogier van der Weyden, c1460.

Islamic Golden Age

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DEMONIZED Above, a detail from the Friese Chronicles showing the 1349 massacre of Erfurt Jews in Germany, who were blamed for the Black Death.

leprosy in medieval times

During the Black Plague, the Jewish community had a lower infection risk than other populations. Among the theories, it has been suggested that Jewish ...

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Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Dark Ages facts

Symptoms of the Black Death

Privy in Ypres Tower, circa 1250.

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The Stone Cutting

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Knights Templar

People bathed in a communal style and could catch glimpses of the opposite sex naked.

The garderobe at Peveril Castle, Derbyshire, England.

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Leprosy in the Middle Ages