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The hygiene in the Elizabethan period was very bad. Bathing was not quite as simple during the Elizabethen times as it is now. So that ment the lower class citizens (which was most of the Elizabethan era people) would maybe only bathe a few times in a single year. For the upper class, they had a little bit easier and were able to bathe roughly once every couple of weeks.

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High treason,Blasphem,Sedition,Spying,Rebellion,Muder,Witchcraft and many more

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