Tudor Bathing – An Italian Renaissance Application

Just remember that most of what the Tudors were in the habit of doing as far as hygiene was being done in Italy a century or more before 🙂 Reposted from http://onthetudortrail.com/Blog/resources/life-in-tudor-england/tudor-hygiene-part-1-bathing/ Tudor Hygiene Part 1- Bathing “One of the misconceptions of popular history is that concern for hygiene and sanitation is a recent – and … More Tudor Bathing – An Italian Renaissance Application

Galenus Cold Cream or Greco-Roman Ceratum Galeni

Galen of Pergamon (Aelius Galenus, Claudius Galenus, or Anglicized at Galen), a Roman physician and philosopher in 2nd century C.E., pulled from the earlier medical knowledge of Hippocrates, traveled the Mediterranean studying and practicing medicine, and wrote medical treatises that remain among the top references for classical medicine. Galen set the stage for a system … More Galenus Cold Cream or Greco-Roman Ceratum Galeni