Ep 120: Mummy, the Poison with Steve Rojcewicz

Ep 120: Mummy, the Poison with Steve Rojcewicz

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Ep 116: Pontefract Castle with Neil Redfern

Ep 116: Pontefract Castle with Neil Redfern

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Ep 115: History of Oranges with Dorian Fuller

Ep 115: History of Oranges with Dorian Fuller

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Did Shakespeare Use A Toothbrush?

Did Shakespeare Use A Toothbrush?

Toothbrush c. 1795, supposedly used by Napoleon Bonaparte. This toothbrush with a silver gilt handle was made for Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) of France. The Chinese are credited with inventing the use of toothbrushes and toothpastes, although the ancient...
Did Shakespeare Use A Clothing Iron?

Did Shakespeare Use A Clothing Iron?

Venezia, piatto con nervature, soffiato a mezza stampatura e decorato a smalti e foglia d'oro graffita, in cristallo, 1490-1525 ca. Murano Glass Museum. Uploaded by aritist Sailko August 2018. Source When you look up “Clothing Irons” the first electric one was made in...