Anonymous,HowGan

bubonic plague, Cholera?

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  1. Caoedhen

    You forgot dysentery, rotten teeth, lice, and a host of other maladies that were common then.


    Removal of waste products was also a major cause of many of these issues. Basically, you threw your chamber pot out the window and that was the extent of disposal. The gutters of their cities were open waste bins.

    Yes, they were dirty, but to them, it was normal.

  2. Elaine M

    EVERYONE in the world had issues with sanitation. Not just Europe.

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