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Tasty Medieval Bread Recipe Which You Can Make Right Now

Try this tasty medieval bread recipe that you can do at home. Wheat was the number one food source in the medieval period. Evidence for the use of flour in order to make bread could be monitored way back millennium ago.

How Did People Make Fabric in the Middle Ages and How Did They Color It.

Wool was the most used material in the middle ages. It could be produced in great quantity, it was warm, it could be made into thin or thick fabric and took dye more easily than other fabrics.

How do the Castles in Game of Thrones Compare to Real life European Castles?

European castles have stood for long periods of time and they differ in design to the castles made during the medieval period. Most of the...

How did advertising work in the Medieval Period?

In ancient Rome, Augustus had a very famous statue that was displayed to the public multiple times in order to boost his image to the masses.

How Did People Trim and Maintain Their Nails in Medieval Times?

The first option was cutting your nails with a small knife, but this was considered dangerous because you could hurt yourself, and miss cutting a nail could hurt pretty bad.

The Deep Roots of Marijuana in Our History

There is a source that indicates the history of marijuana goes back to around 2700 B.C in the ancient world.

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