A closer look shows that baths and bathing were actually quite common in the Middle Ages, but in a different way than one might expect.
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April 13, 2013 by Medievalists.net
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February 28, 2011 by Sandra Alvarez
This talk will look at aspects of public hygiene in medieval Aberdeen with specific focus on the streets.
Filed Under: Articles Tagged With: Daily Life in the Middle Ages, Early Modern, Medieval Environmental History, Fifteenth Century, Fourteenth Century, Late Middle Ages, Medieval Medicine, Medieval Archaeology, Medieval Hygiene, Medieval Social History, Medieval Urban Studies, Science in the Middle Ages, Medieval Scotland, Seventeenth Century, Sixteenth Century, Technology in the Middle Ages