The idea that medieval people left sewage in their streets is mythology.
In general, medieval people believed that diseases were spread by bad air, called "miasma," and so they tried to clean up anything that would smell. There were some people or places that were exceptional and allowed smelly messes to accumulated, but they were uncommon.
After the Middle Ages, there were certain social issues that showed decline, rather than the rebirth we associate with the Renaissance. A good example, which is fairly easy to document, is an increase in superstition leading to witch hunts, which only began with the Renaissance, and were illegal for most of the Middle Ages. But research into hygiene produces a similar result. Where medieval people bathed often, people of the Renaissance believed bathing was unhealthy, and so they only cleaned those parts of their bodies that could be seen, and relied on using perfume and changing clothes for the rest; this also is fairly easy to document. Though I find less in the historic record to support it, Renaissance people seem also to have been less willing to deal with issues of sewage than their medieval predecessors. Today, people often take a simplistic view that everything improved during the Renaissance, and so bad hygiene, like witch hunts, is associated with the Middle Ages.
There is a link below to the history section of an article on bathing, which illustrates the decline in hygiene from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
In my point of veiw that those people who throw litter in the street or bazar so i think they have no manner they have no educated person.
It gives the ordinary man in the street the chance to throw out people in the government that they no longer have confidence in.
He threatened to throw her on the street for not marrying Paris. He said she was selfish and not thankful for what he did for her.
It was often drinking/ washing water that was infected by sewage that caused typhoid. You could catch it from the Thames where it wasn't illegal to throw in your sewage, but people mainly got their drinking water from there aswell, so obviously it would have been infected.
to throw big stones at enemies in medieval time.
The sewage n garbage we throw out and the chemicals from factories contribute to water pollution.
they catapulted all sorts of things.... dead animals, plagued bodies, really big rocks, etc.
In the Medieval times, the people used to wipe their hands on the table instead of using a napkin. Instead of using eating utensils, the people in Medieval Times would use their hands. Lastly, instead of throwing leftovers in the garbage or saving it for the next day, the people would just simply throw it under the table!
*people would throw waste and sewage into the river and then wash their clothes and collect their drinking water from it!!! *Rats were very common *the houses of parliment soaked their curtains in lime juice to get rid of the smell of the river! *At night people would poo and wee in a chamber pot stored under the bed *when the chamber pot got full they would throw it out the window!!! *Night soil men would collect sewage and sell it on the streets!!!
throw it in the street.
MLB player Huston Street throws right.
People drop cigarette butts in the street. Rain washes them into drains, which run into rivers and finally to the ocean.Factories put toxic chemicals into rivers â€¦Cars drop oil on roadways. Rain washes this into streams and rivers â€¦Street litter like plastic bags and bottles get caught in a rainstorm and down the drains â€¦Ocean fishers throw their tangled nets overboard.Ships throw their rubbish and sewage into the oceans.Oil tankers make foolish mistakes and break up on rocks, spilling their cargo.
Street cleaner? They really didn't have clean streets then. In fact, they were muddy, full of animal and human waste, and anything else that fell on it. People would open their windows and throw the garbage out onto the street. If they were on a upper floor it fell on heads of people walking down the street. It was a pretty stinky time and frankly people had more to do to stay alive than worry about a clean street.
Street dancing is common in many areas. It is more common in areas that are known to throw huge street parties.
we can make the drainage system and we are not suposed to throw are waste in water and we have to make the pure water system under water
The Whirley Street kids like to throw snowballs. You can throw giant snowballs down the hill to get rid of the kids or you can just jump on your sled and leave.
some body fight any one lot of of people injured and throw bombs all the ground also and kill all people r dead also
So he could stop on a dime.
because they had monew
poison him then throw him into sesame street
Only if a car runs over them!
medieval people This is a device to throw a projectile a great distance, the word comes from Latin Catapulta, which in turn come from the Greek language. The mechanism comes from Greece, about the lst Century BC
There are many street football variations including but not limited to Loco, Bull In The Ring, Rumble Fumble, Jump Off, Throw it up football, Throw-Up Tackle and Muckle.
Football in the medieval times was played in between the opposing towns. The aim was to get the pig's bladder passed the markers, or to throw over the other town's church.