What aspects of life in the seventeenth-century England would you find the most different from life today? Select three or four concrete examples of life in the seventeenth century that seem unusual to you, and explain why you find the unusual.
No running water or flush toilets
No central heating
Lice and other insects crawling on people
Diseases that kill people, especially children
Women's restrictive clothing
The only transportation is on foot or by horse
Dull food with few if any imported fruits and vegetables
Social class system
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