The History of the First Toilet - Fist toilet

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The first modern flushable toilet was described in by Sir John Harington, an English courtier and the godson of Queen Elizabeth I. A toilet is a piece of hardware used for the collection or disposal of human urine and feces. .. Toilet was originally a French loanword (first attested in ) that referred to the toilette ("little cloth") draped over one's shoulders during.

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By Goltishakar - 16:33
From Turrets to Toilets: A Partial History of the Throne Room chamber pots were supplemented with toilets that were, for the first time, actually.
By Zolosho - 06:17
In Ancient Egypt rich people had proper bathrooms and toilets in their homes. At first toilet bowls were boxed in but the first pedestal toilet bowl was made in.
By Kazizahn - 06:31
For civilization to come together and function, you'd think people would need toilets. But ancient records that date back to around BCE.
By Tumi - 08:43
It was actually in the s that Sir John Harington, a godson of Queen Elizabeth I, introduced the first flush toilet. Harington's self-described.
By Magami - 19:53
It is unclear who first invented the flush toilet. Although archaeological excavations in northwest India have revealed year-old drainage systems which.

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