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@ 05:21 AM 07-09-2024 [emoji] Europe was filthy in the 1700's
 

 
IN THE 1600 AND 1700

When visiting the Palace of Versailles in Paris, it is observed that the sumptuous palace has no bathrooms.

In the Middle Ages, there were no toothbrushes, perfumes, deodorants, and much less toilet paper.

Human excrements were thrown out of palace windows.

On a holiday, the palace kitchen was able to prepare a feast for 1500 people, without the minimum hygiene.

In today's movies we see people from that era shaking or fanning...

The explanation is not in the heat, but in the foul odour emitted under the skirts (which were deliberately made to contain the smell of private parts, since there was no hygiene). It was also not customary to shower due to the cold and the almost non-existence of running water.

Only the nobles had lackeys to fan them, to dispel the bad odor that exhalated the body and mouth, as well as to scare away the insects.

Those who have been to Versailles have admired the huge and beautiful gardens that, at that time, were not only contemplated, but used as a toilet in the famous ballads promoted by the monarchy, because there were no bathrooms.

In the Middle Ages, most weddings took place in June (for them, the beginning of summer).

The reason is simple: the first bath of the year was taken in May; so, in June, the smell of people was still tolerable.

However, as some odors were already beginning to bother, the brides carried bouquets of flowers near their bodies to cover the odor.

Hence the explanation of the origin of the bridal bouquet.

The baths were taken in a single massive tub filled with hot water.

The head of the family had the privilege of the first swim in clean water.

Then, without changing the water, the others arrived in the house, in order of age, women, also by age and finally, children.

The babies were the last ones to bathe. When his turn came, the water in the bathtub was so dirty that it was possible to kill a baby inside.

The roofs of the houses had no solid roofing and the wooden beams that held them up were the best place for animals: dogs, cats, rats and cockroaches to keep warm.

When it rained, leaks forced the animals to jump to the ground.

Those who had money had tin plates. Certain types of food oxidized the material, causing many people to die from poisoning. Let's remember that the hygiene habits of the time were terrible.

Tomatoes, being acidic, were considered poisonous for a long time, can cups were used to drink beer or whiskey; this combination, sometimes, left the individual "on the floor" (in a kind of narcolepsy induced by mixing alcoholic beverage with tin oxide).

Someone passing by the street would think he was dead, so they were picking up the body and preparing for the funeral.

Then the body would be placed on the kitchen table for a few days and the family would stand watching, eating, drinking and waiting to see if the dead man would wake up or not.

Hence the wake of the dead (wake or wake), which is the vigil next to the coffin.

England is a small country, where there wasn't always a place to bury all the dead.

Then the coffins were opened, the bones were extracted, they were placed in oarsaries and the grave was used for another corpse.

Sometimes, when opening the coffins, you could notice scratches on the lids inside, indicating that the dead man had, in fact, been buried alive.

Thus, when closing the coffin, the idea came to tie a string of the deceased's wrist, pass it through a hole made in the coffin and tie it to a bell.

After the burial, someone stayed on duty next to the grave for a few days.

If the individual woke up, the movement of his arm would ring the bell.

And it would be "saved by the bell ," an expression used by us to this day.

#interesting #DidYouKnow #historylovers #ancienthistory #ancientegypt #Mindblowing #discussion


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Last edited by Hello Toronto; 07-09-2024 at 03:16 PM..
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 2 weeks ago '18        #2
VIMAN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Europeans were living in squalor, then they spread they duttiness around the world smh
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 2 weeks ago '16        #3
00010111  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x24
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 1 week ago '11        #4
Tony Franks  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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this is where u had to worry about real pandemics
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 1 week ago '17        #5
Pythagoras  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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The Dark ages were indeed a dark time. Rome fell and with them so did the knowledge (from them, Egyptians, Persians, etc.) they possessed that had their cities running with actual sewage systems and aqua ducts etc.

Technological advancements made thousands of years ago just gone from western European civilization. Had them looking at the Romans as mythical.

Meanwhile the Chinese were in the east living clean.

Truly a fascinating time in history.
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 1 week ago '12        #6
daman729 
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Til this day, many of them kept that cultural tradition of not washing their asses properly lol smh. Not using wash rags, etc. They'll handwash wash their hair and maybe shoulders. Then let the soap run down their backs, then rinse. Not one fu#kin scrub from a cloth.


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 1 week ago '13        #7
J Thrilla 
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the plague was the prime example.
they were so barbaric with their hygiene and health.

no sewage system for waste but all the time in the world to colonize and pillage.
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 1 week ago '17        #8
Pythagoras  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 J Thrilla said
the plague was the prime example.
they were so barbaric with their hygiene and health.

no sewage system for waste but all the time in the world to colonize and pillage.
Military technology was a priority in Europe as they were constantly at war among themselves. Same technology that brought about conquest and colonization.

Ironically, their dirty living is what allowed them to conquer the Americas as the Mayans/Incans/Aztecs faced diseases they'd never encountered before with no immune system tolerance to save them. So they died en masse not due to war but due to plague.
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 1 week ago '19        #9
FrivolousSports 
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That was all over the world during that time

Imagine what pu$$y smelled like
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 1 week ago '04        #10
LightAndBlaze  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 Hello Toronto said
In today's movies we see people from that era shaking or fanning...

The explanation is not in the heat, but in the foul odour emitted under the skirts (which were deliberately made to contain the smell of private parts, since there was no hygiene).

Those who have been to Versailles have admired the huge and beautiful gardens that, at that time, were not only contemplated, but used as a toilet in the famous ballads promoted by the monarchy, because there were no bathrooms.

However, as some odors were already beginning to bother, the brides carried bouquets of flowers near their bodies to cover the odor.
Hence the explanation of the origin of the bridal bouquet.

Then the body would be placed on the kitchen table for a few days and the family would stand watching, eating, drinking and waiting to see if the dead man would wake up or not.
Hence the wake of the dead (wake or wake), which is the vigil next to the coffin.

Sometimes, when opening the coffins, you could notice scratches on the lids inside, indicating that the dead man had, in fact, been buried alive.
Thus, when closing the coffin, the idea came to tie a string of the deceased's wrist, pass it through a hole made in the coffin and tie it to a bell.
After the burial, someone stayed on duty next to the grave for a few days.
If the individual woke up, the movement of his arm would ring the bell.
And it would be "saved by the bell ," an expression used by us to this day.

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 1 week ago '17        #11
Pythagoras  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 FrivolousSports said
That was all over the world during that time

Imagine what pu$$y smelled like
This is incorrect. The Chinese, for example, had sewage systems during this time. The Japanese took regular baths, especially the nobility. Same with the Ottoman Empire.
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 1 week ago '06        #12
illstate11 
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You could smell the towns miles before you got there. Disgusting sh1t. No wonder they sailed away.
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 1 week ago '09        #13
RaIVIpAG3x 
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Imagine them bi#ches puss1es.. ain’t no eating a$s back then
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 1 week ago '05        #14
240sx 
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Imagine having to eat the cat
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 1 week ago '05        #15
YARKONE 
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1600 and 1700 were not the middle ages tho.
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 1 week ago '10        #16
lboog1423  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Then the coffins were opened, the bones were extracted, they were placed in oarsaries and the grave was used for another corpse.

Sometimes, when opening the coffins, you could notice scratches on the lids inside, indicating that the dead man had, in fact, been buried alive.

Thus, when closing the coffin, the idea came to tie a string of the deceased's wrist, pass it through a hole made in the coffin and tie it to a bell.

After the burial, someone stayed on duty next to the grave for a few days.

If the individual woke up, the movement of his arm would ring the bell.

And it would be "saved by the bell ," an expression used by us to this day.

we saw some old grave sites in Charleston, SC where they talked about this.

Also said some of them you can still here ringing and/or ghosts roaming the area at night
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Top 10 most slapped recently  1 week ago '24        #17
Hello Toronto  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7 OP
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 lboog1423 said
we saw some old grave sites in Charleston, SC where they talked about this.

Also said some of them you can still here ringing and/or ghosts roaming the area at night
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Yikes
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 1 week ago '12        #18
FrescoB  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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Heard they got this thing called Easy Apply on job boards... You should try it, Baggio
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 1 week ago '22        #19
letitallg0  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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I think about this a lot
Thank God for modern plumbing system


No toilet paper and people would use
Leaves
Rocks
Grass
Small Animals
Their hands





sh1t was wild


Last edited by letitallg0; 07-09-2024 at 05:29 PM..
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 1 week ago '22        #20
Jeffrey in 813  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Europe isn't a country
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The Vikings in Scandinavia regularly took baths and were pretty famous for the cleanliness & hygiene (as well as their good looks).


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 1 week ago '22        #21
TheAntiSimp  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x21
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The sell out moors saved Europe

The moor pretty much bring Europeans to America to steal, attack the indigenous black populations in the Americas
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 1 week ago '24        #22
LeTtER 
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Caucasian excellence
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 1 week ago '06        #23
imthatinfamous  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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There are a lot of places in the world just like this. Plague was in New Mexico not that long ago, also brazil, india, some African nations, China, etc.
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 1 week ago '04        #24
Hardkore  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 RaIVIpAG3x said
Imagine them bi#ches puss1es.. ainít no eating a$s back then
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you give the vibe that you partake in a$$ eating.

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 1 week ago '05        #25
HARBINGER  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 Hello Toronto said
IN THE 1600 AND 1700

When visiting the Palace of Versailles in Paris, it is observed that the sumptuous palace has no bathrooms.

In the Middle Ages, there were no toothbrushes, perfumes, deodorants, and much less toilet paper.

Human excrements were thrown out of palace windows.

On a holiday, the palace kitchen was able to prepare a feast for 1500 people, without the minimum hygiene.

In today's movies we see people from that era shaking or fanning...

The explanation is not in the heat, but in the foul odour emitted under the skirts (which were deliberately made to contain the smell of private parts, since there was no hygiene). It was also not customary to shower due to the cold and the almost non-existence of running water.

Only the nobles had lackeys to fan them, to dispel the bad odor that exhalated the body and mouth, as well as to scare away the insects.

Those who have been to Versailles have admired the huge and beautiful gardens that, at that time, were not only contemplated, but used as a toilet in the famous ballads promoted by the monarchy, because there were no bathrooms.

In the Middle Ages, most weddings took place in June (for them, the beginning of summer).

The reason is simple: the first bath of the year was taken in May; so, in June, the smell of people was still tolerable.

However, as some odors were already beginning to bother, the brides carried bouquets of flowers near their bodies to cover the odor.

Hence the explanation of the origin of the bridal bouquet.

The baths were taken in a single massive tub filled with hot water.

The head of the family had the privilege of the first swim in clean water.

Then, without changing the water, the others arrived in the house, in order of age, women, also by age and finally, children.

The babies were the last ones to bathe. When his turn came, the water in the bathtub was so dirty that it was possible to kill a baby inside.

The roofs of the houses had no solid roofing and the wooden beams that held them up were the best place for animals: dogs, cats, rats and cockroaches to keep warm.

When it rained, leaks forced the animals to jump to the ground.

Those who had money had tin plates. Certain types of food oxidized the material, causing many people to die from poisoning. Let's remember that the hygiene habits of the time were terrible.

Tomatoes, being acidic, were considered poisonous for a long time, can cups were used to drink beer or whiskey; this combination, sometimes, left the individual "on the floor" (in a kind of narcolepsy induced by mixing alcoholic beverage with tin oxide).

Someone passing by the street would think he was dead, so they were picking up the body and preparing for the funeral.

Then the body would be placed on the kitchen table for a few days and the family would stand watching, eating, drinking and waiting to see if the dead man would wake up or not.

Hence the wake of the dead (wake or wake), which is the vigil next to the coffin.

England is a small country, where there wasn't always a place to bury all the dead.

Then the coffins were opened, the bones were extracted, they were placed in oarsaries and the grave was used for another corpse.

Sometimes, when opening the coffins, you could notice scratches on the lids inside, indicating that the dead man had, in fact, been buried alive.

Thus, when closing the coffin, the idea came to tie a string of the deceased's wrist, pass it through a hole made in the coffin and tie it to a bell.

After the burial, someone stayed on duty next to the grave for a few days.

If the individual woke up, the movement of his arm would ring the bell.

And it would be "saved by the bell ," an expression used by us to this day.

#interesting #DidYouKnow #historylovers #ancienthistory #ancientegypt #Mindblowing #discussion



and don't forget the dark ages after Rome was sacked. their communication with kemet was severed. then the moor converts came & gave them a pick me up
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