In the 19th century in London, the river Thames was used as a sewer but also as a source of water for drinking.
The bathroom and everything revolving around it through History.
Some coprolite samples from Puerto Rico revealed information about pre-Columbian Caribbeans eating plants.
In the latter half of the 12th century, it wasn’t uncommon to entertain people by performing farts such as Roland the Farter did.
A photographer and artist published a book with peculiar photos of Nazi soldiers taking a dump during WWII.
Victorian bathrooms seem to be the origin of the first modern bathrooms, but not all that glitters is gold.
Here’s a short overview of the History of toilets, from ancient Egypt to the renovation of the sewage system.
During war could be harsh to stay clean and healthy but neglecting these aspects could be very dangerous for soldiers.
A historian and researcher explains how people used to go to the toilet before the 20th century in Norway.
Toilets found in Jerusalem was useful to reveal fatal disease such as the Giardia duodenalis which was the earliest case of this condition.
The National Poop Museum collects, preserves, and displays human poop. It’s another example of the interest in this subject.