Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Bathing - In Gardens & the Countryside - Illuminated Manuscripts.

The Hague, KB, 76 F 21 fol. 15r Mary in bath Fol. 15r miniature

See:
Did people in the Middle Ages take baths? Medievalists.net April 13, 2013

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Holmes, Urban Tigner, Daily Life in the Twelfth-Century (University of Wisconsin Press, 1952)

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van Winter, Johanna Maria, “Medieval Opinions about Food and Drinking in Connection with Bathing,” Spices and Comfits: Collected Papers on Medieval Food (Prospect Books, 2007)