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  • INTERDUCTION Hello my name is Hafsa.Today I will be talking about the healerand what they did in Medieval times by helping people. Please ask questions till the end . Now lets start the power point
  • DOCTORS CLOTHING Since I am a girl I would have worn a long dress from my neck tomy ankles and shoes ,boys would wear heavy jackets tights and bigleather boots .colors doctors could wear were scarlet ,green ,blue andwhite.
  • DISEASES AND CURESFirst I will be talking about diseases and cures, peasants had a lot of skininfections ,there was a deadly disease called Black Death from 1348 to 1350 75million to 200 million people died which is 30 to 60 percent of Europe’s peopledied it took 150 years to recover the full population of Europe. The secondDisease is very disturbing it’s called Leprosy it attacked your skin, you lostherves, eyes and fingers (It’s true.)The next disease is the humors each one has ameaning black bile means sad and gloomy, yellow bile means easilyangered, phlegm means calm and the last one blood means cheerful. A few curesfor diseases are talking special diets, exercise and talking hot and cold baths.
  • FOODS AND COOKING Next I will be talking about foods. You must be wondering how these peoplecooked food they used fires and big medal pots there were no ovens back than Nextis meals of the day , People in medieval times 5 meals in the day, when now we have3 meals and a little snack. For breakfast they had a small bit of bread ,after they hada appetizer which is bread and soup ,for lunch they had a meat dish they hadoptions stewed beef, roast pork and lamb chops, for dinner they had stewedchicken, bread and cheese ,the last thing they had is a small desert which is morecheese and small cake.
  • ETIQUETTE In Medieval Times manners were very important especially forroyalty. During special occasions the most important thing waswashing your hands and manners, the reason they washed theirhands before eating was they used there hands there were nospoons, forks or knifes and before they had a sip of their water theywipe their mouths with a cloth than took a sip of there drink .
  • FOODS IN FESTIVALS ANDFEASTS During parties for a Nobles,Lords,Ladies,Kings and Queens theyate bread, soup and ale for the appetizers , for the next meal they hadpeacocks and swans with fine spiced wine, for desert they had gingerbread and sweet plum pudding.
  • ENTERTAINMENT Parties for lords,ladys,nobles, kings and queens they all hadentertainment for there guest like Musicians who sang songs andplayed instruments like trumpets,flutes,pianos and a harp ,Jugglerswho juggled more than one ball at a time and mummers which areactors.
  • QUESTIONS AND FACTS 1.Name 5 diseases and their cure that were common to people inthe medieval times ? ( in my first slide) 2.What ingredients were used in some remedies? Spices saffron,cumin,cloves,cardamom,nutmeg and pepper 3.What were some unusual treatments for aliments these peoplewho suffered ? (playing music.) 4.Are there any cures,medicines,remedies, that are still used today? Yes putting spices in the medicines (Facts) there was a Hospital found in 1123 in London, Englandcalled St. Bartholomew
  • CONCLUSION So in conclusion I hope you learned things about the healer, whatthey did and how there life was with all those cures. Thank you for mytime You may ask your questions now
  • PICTUREst.bartholomews hospital