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Saturday, January 30, 2016

fatal accidents in 16th-century England

de bene esse: literally, of well-being, morally acceptable but subject to future validation or exception

"One in 10 fatal accidents in 16th-century England involved animals, and horses and cattle were the prime culprits but birds caused the widest variety of accidents..."
Steven Gunn and Tomasz Gromelski reveal why coming into contact with animals in Tudor times could have fatal consequences...
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