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Men's clothing; where the phrase 'a good leg and a good foot' in Much Ado comes from.
Jul 23, 2010 10:14AM
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Now into a complicated explanation of the Livery Companies, Parishes and Wards. Highly necessary, not very exciting.
Jul 31, 2010 09:25AM
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Fashionable people never wore blue because it was the color of apprentices to the Trades, who wore blue cloaks in summer and blue gowns in winter.
Jul 30, 2010 09:25AM
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Jul 28, 2010 02:15PM
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Elizabethan table manners? Better than some modern table manners I've seen, actually.
Jul 24, 2010 08:29PM
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Cooking and recipes. Following a whole big section on fines (and licenses) for eating meat during Lent.
Jul 24, 2010 06:13PM
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Hurrah! Now we're on 'clothes and beauty'. Why haven't ruffs come back into fashion?
Jul 21, 2010 07:18AM
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Jul 20, 2010 09:16AM
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Elizabethan medicine. Need I say more? Fabulous. I like the part about the brains of a hare to ease teething pain.
Jul 19, 2010 08:57AM
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From "Gardens and Open Spaces". For snails: olive oil or soot. (Oxford snails would come for miles for a nice extra-virgin olive oil). Put a live mole in a pot and after a while 'he will cry and all the other moles in the neighborhood will hastily draw near unto him and minding to help him forth will fall into the pot'. Picard notes that no one says what to do with a potful of crying moles.
Jul 18, 2010 11:38AM
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