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10 aylar önce

Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold turn the clock back 500 years to the early Tudor period to become tenant farmers on monastery land.
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JessieJeanne 6 aylar önce
Seeing how hard our ancestors worked, just to survive, is fascinating! As corny as this sounds, it gives me a sense of gratitude for what they experienced- life was grueling and dangerous.
YankeeRebel1348 3 aylar önce
Too bad most people don't think like that today. They only care about their cell phones and being entitled.
Winsome 2 aylar önce
Gratitude is never corny. A good virtue.
ashpete21 20 gün önce
That's the correct answer. We live off the sweat and sacrifice of those that came before us.
Zeloš Miman
Zeloš Miman 9 aylar önce
I still cannot fathom how all of this wonderful footage is free to watch. Love it.
Zeloš Miman
Zeloš Miman 9 aylar önce
Iðunn I run adblock but you are right, it didnt occur to me that ads are a thing.
splitman1116 9 aylar önce
They run ads every 5 minutes. Greedy AF
Zeloš Miman
Zeloš Miman 9 aylar önce
@SkiptoAcceptanceM’darlin’ Adblock is a thing. A thing that blocks ads. Hence the name. Adblock.
Ray Cane
Ray Cane 9 aylar önce
Youd' never see anything like this on MSM, EVER. Throw out the TV.
Ray Cane
Ray Cane 9 aylar önce
PS: The Crown is still at it, what?
LDH bees
LDH bees 18 saatler önce
I absolutely love Ruth, Peter and Tom. What a wonderful adventure to go along with them back through time. They are fun, lively and truly make history come alive! I'd love to see them do another one for 2024.
RUBENSKi! 7 aylar önce
I love this series so much, i think it's one of the best representation of the medieval times as a "living thing", giving a great idea of how lively the times where, which is only logical: people are humans, always where and always will be.
Kitty 3 aylar önce
I still have relatives who live on ancestral land in an old village. It's a hard life, but so simple and pure. They have a strong community and everyone in the village are basically related. When they want to settle down, they have to find a partner from other villages. And it's the best way to start and raise a family because you have everything you need. Housing, land, nature, freedom. Kids are free to play from dusk till dawn.
Steven Morris
Steven Morris 2 aylar önce
Which village are you referring to ? I live in a small village in Hampshirite county UK .
Debby Lou
Debby Lou 2 aylar önce
‘Pure’. That’s hilarious. How much ‘pure’ manual labor have you done?
Donna Hays
Donna Hays 2 aylar önce
Sounds ideal!
Hyperborean Foreskin
Hyperborean Foreskin 2 aylar önce
​@Debby LouI've done alot of manual labor. I'd give anything to live in a small village and grow my own food.
Debby Lou
Debby Lou 2 aylar önce
@Hyperborean Foreskin that’s what every safe first world person says. Gonna grow your own shoes, too?
Noreen Mountain
Noreen Mountain 17 gün önce
I absolutely love this series! Its always so fascinating how ingenious people are and the simple things we take for granted today were so labour intesive in the past.
Breanne Bannerman
Breanne Bannerman 2 aylar önce
After watching this, I just don't understand how everyone says we have more stress these days than people in the past. All I could think of while watching was how much work there was to do. We have it so easy these days
Julie Armstrong
Julie Armstrong 3 gün önce
Maybe we are lacking a solid sense of purpose. We do have it much to easy in many ways.
Lauren Dunno
Lauren Dunno 4 aylar önce
13 years ago, as a high schooler, I found Ruth’s book “How to Be Victorian”. Ever since I’m so excited to find anything she’s in. Brilliant woman.
LonelyOutlaw 8 aylar önce
Awesome series! Hard to believe it's 10 years old! The footage still looks great and holds up even today. Thanks for posting I'll have to watch your other series as well!
GrubbyFinish 7 aylar önce
This was in 2012….. not 2008 lol
LonelyOutlaw 7 aylar önce
@GrubbyFinish your comment confuses me. I never said it was 2008 🤔
GrubbyFinish 7 aylar önce
@LonelyOutlaw no, but you make “10 years ago” sound like 20 years ago. They had good cameras and technology back in 2012 lol
LonelyOutlaw 7 aylar önce
@GrubbyFinish I don't know what world you live in but 10 years is a long time when it comes to film quality.
Frank Berger
Frank Berger 7 aylar önce
I would also say, for being filmed in 1500 it's spot on!
Iris H.
Iris H. 7 aylar önce
This was incredibly interesting, educative and fun to watch. THANK YOU so much for doing this video and making it available for free! 😊
Nancy Benefiel
Nancy Benefiel 3 aylar önce
I have read hundreds of medieval village court rolls. What amazed me was how many serfs, who were supposedly tied to the land, were wandering around buying and selling land.
Alicia Shanks
Alicia Shanks 6 aylar önce
The labor, ingenuity and dedication evident in this way of life is astounding! Thank you to all of the historians that have helped us better appreciate this time period. In a way I'm sad that I will never have that level of connectivity to my environment. With each part of life or skill that was demonstrated, I couldn't help but think how much more grateful they were after accomplishing, making or acquiring something.
theCosmicQueen 4 aylar önce
you could find a group or two to do a few things like this or similar.
Sebastian Ucero
Sebastian Ucero 6 gün önce
I love this team! I have watched them so many times. Is incredible how they deliver every video with such an ease and make it engaging. Also: every time this videos gives me the FEELING of despair of HOW MUCH WORK was needed for everything. All the time. You just spend hours for something we do in minutes or seconds. Amazing!
Donna Hays
Donna Hays 2 aylar önce
I love these kinds of shows. I wish I was a part of these experiences.
Jane Truth Warrior
Jane Truth Warrior Aylar önce
So cool to see the stained glass. I learned how to do it from my mother and still do it today. Not much has changed actually. Its still quite crude, but the tools are a little smoother. Mainly, better cutters, grinders and soldering irons, and use of copper foil instead of just lead came for some techniques, but still as prone to breakage until you get a feel for how running a score and snapping effectively. Otherwise, the technique remains the same.
maxdecphoenix 5 aylar önce
The guest presenter at 41:40 is Ruth's husband Mark Goodman. Kind of odd they don't mention it, but do mention when her daughters have assisted in segments in the other shows, or when her father made appearances during the WW2 series. It's nice that she's found ways to incorporate her family into the shows.
Yankee The Rebel
Yankee The Rebel 9 aylar önce
I've heard that the reason average life expectancy was so young isn't because the average person died in their prime, but rather because the rate of infant mortality was so high that it dropped the average life expectancy very low. For example, if half the population dies before their first birthday and the other half dies of old age around 70, the average life expectancy would be 35. The math for the two groups is group one with 0 years plus group 2 with 70 years equals 70 years divided by the number of total groups 2 gives the average of 35 years. Obviously that's a simplified example, but the general idea makes sense.
Debby Lou
Debby Lou 9 aylar önce
You’re 100% correct
Eric Somethingoranother
Eric Somethingoranother 8 aylar önce
gökotta 8 aylar önce
Yes. I looked through my family records and noticed I have relatives who lived into their 70s and 80s regularly. There were quite a few that lived until amost 100 (those were Bavarian. One was a grandmother who lived to 103).
Tracy D
Tracy D 8 aylar önce
That is the average if that’s what they always are talking about. If not then they should change the wording. Like life expectancy or something
Fire Dog
Fire Dog 8 aylar önce
@Yankee The Rebel -- In 1900, the average life expectancy in America was age 47. Proper hygiene and nutrition improved health and wellness, but life expectancy would not increase beyond age 47 until medical practices and medicines achieved (1) women surviving child birthing, and (2) children surviving to age 10. Therefore, in 1900 only 4-5% of humankind lived beyond 60+ years. The first generation to grow older together beyond age 60 , was the GI generation (born 1901-1924), Silent generation (born 1925-1945), and then, the Boom generation (1946-1960). These three older generations comprise the older population who either have or are attaining 85+ years together (94-95%) instead of the historic 4-5% elders that society rarely saw in public. No doubt, the Covid19 vaccines reversed the progress mankind achieved. Nevertheless, the world is experiencing a phenomenon never recorded in history. You can find all this data by launching GOOGLE SCHOLAR and choosing search words to bring a plethora of scientific research on these topics. Enjoy! :-)
Wapiti 5 aylar önce
What a wonderful video production! Fantastic. I learned more in 2 hours 48 minutes than I did in all of my 8th grade year.
Haas Konijn
Haas Konijn Aylar önce
Awesome documentary, had seen the castle Guedelon build in France you guys done before and glad to have found this one.
KilCityKitty 7 aylar önce
the painting part was super cool i always thought they just painted by see and draw but tracing is pretty friggin awesome :) i wonder if theres places where you can live like this for a day or so
Bilinda Law-Morley
Bilinda Law-Morley 8 aylar önce
I really enjoy these but learnt quite a lot here today. Not least I was shown how the camera obscura worked. I've read descriptions of it but just couldn't visualise it (no pun intended). It's not as magic as some writers have made it seem, but I now understand why its use was viewed as shameful, and so was secretive. Thank you for the upload, I've broken a toe so I have a good excuse for binging. Having them all linked together is great, too.
Shark Kowalski
Shark Kowalski 6 aylar önce
Something what I was looking for a long time. Just a cameraman sent back in time. More real than big studios historic movies about middle ages! I love medieval classics but I never could felt the every-day medieval life vibe.
Evelyn Rossetto
Evelyn Rossetto 6 aylar önce
its amazing how hard these people worked SO HARD for what we now take for granted!!
Riyad Ali
Riyad Ali 4 aylar önce
These docu-series prove - THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE. Love the entire cast. Ruth reminds me so much of my grandmother.
Rusty Megowan
Rusty Megowan 7 gün önce
it's actually not entirely free, they do have a subscription library and they upload stuff here in the hopes you might cross over. If you really like what you see, you should throw them a few bucks. Becuase journalism is going to completely die out unless people make an effort to pay for this content. It takes a lot of work.
claudia. 9 aylar önce
can't believe you're casually posting ruth and peter content like it's any other tuesday when I just finished full steam ahead three days ago and still am in full mourning(tm). ... (ok but seriously i love monastery farm. It's what got me into these kinda series in the first place
JoeX108 2 aylar önce
This was an incredible watch and I had such a good time. So much I learned and its all for free, thank you so much for this opportunity!
C W 9 aylar önce
I'm off work for the whole week between Christmas and New Year's. This program is the best way to pass the time. I envy the Team for having this wonderful experience. Wow!
Wendy Cooper
Wendy Cooper 3 aylar önce
Great series of videos. I absolutely loved watching. Thank you!!
Andrew Eden
Andrew Eden 8 aylar önce
I would expect to see more cats, both farm cats and house cats! Cats may have been horribly persecuted in the earlier Middle Ages, but cat ownership would've been almost compulsory by the end of the 14th century. People learned that they were invaluable due to their pest control capabilities, especially when it came to the rats that hosted the fleas that carried the bubonic plague virus!
Gilbert Hill
Gilbert Hill 8 aylar önce
Dogs were better the rats got so big they would kill the cats. They wernot the brown rats that we have here . And people were afraid that the cats would sleep with babies and suffocate them . The dog would get a hold of the rat shake it and it’s neck would break. Rats can jump over three ft high land on a cat bite it with those teeth in the neck and kill it a dog could shake it off then grab it .
Mia J
Mia J 8 aylar önce
Why were cats persecuted then??
Robin Rehlinghaus
Robin Rehlinghaus 7 aylar önce
@Mia J they weren't, it's a myth
animerlon 7 aylar önce
They were associated with witches & having one could brand you a heretic. We can thank this attitude for giving us so many breeds of Terriers. 😄
Robin Rehlinghaus
Robin Rehlinghaus 7 aylar önce
@animerlon That's a myth, Terriers are hunting dogs and have nothing to do with this and cats were very common in the middle ages
S Gilbert
S Gilbert 5 aylar önce
Delightful and informative! Three cheers for the intrepid volunteers and the keepers of the historic arts, crafts, and trades techniques that preserve and illustrate our collective early modern civilization's roots.
Jacob Mcneight
Jacob Mcneight 4 aylar önce
This is a bloody awesome series so stoked I stumbled across this
Adam Tulich
Adam Tulich 4 aylar önce
Absolutely a gem of a series!
Rainbow Panda
Rainbow Panda 8 aylar önce
What a nice educative video about the rich history and general life of centuries ago. I strongly admire all the craftsmen/workers in this series considering none of it is relevant or really necessary nowadays, as there are more efficient and less time consuming and physically less tiring methods to get the job done. But to preserve the old techniques of crafting, extracting and manufacturing from basic necessities to highly demanded goods for some higher social status punks from the olden days and societies. I wish that every part of the world and varying culture had the means and time to also present their now long gone mystified variant techniques of extracting, crafting and survival methods. Unfortunately, some (quite many) cultures and countries have more important things to deal with such as famine, civil unrest, civil war and even invading foreign armies on their back. Good luck struggling peoples of the world. Bless y'all worldwide and Bless the English commonfolk.
Pam Greenway
Pam Greenway 7 aylar önce
I've done Tudor re-creation and I'm still learning from this show.
Robert Telarket
Robert Telarket 5 aylar önce
This video must be mandatory viewing by law in every middle school, high school, and university in Europe, U.S. and other English speaking nation!!!
GeneralKayoss 6 aylar önce
"The average life expectancy was 35 years" While this is technically true, it's mainly due to infant mortality rates. If you survived early childhood, average life expectancy was probably closer to 60+
Nvrsoft 8 aylar önce
Ruth is my favorite presenter. She's so magical!
Natalie Eis
Natalie Eis 5 aylar önce
I am glad she lets those weeds grow in the vegetable patch. Gardeners are discovering old techniques again. They have developed for thousands of years and our "industrial " approach to farming is killing the planet.
Baby steps Waa
Baby steps Waa 4 gün önce
I Too felt sad at goodbye i even teared up AWW you guys worked so hard & good. I learned so much how to survive. What A GREAT DOC GOD BLESS YOU GUYS!
Heather Corinne
Heather Corinne 6 aylar önce
The ingenuity of humans is amazing! I wonder who originated the process of some of the things like, refining lead from a rock or making glass and then stained glass as art?
Antony gikaru
Antony gikaru Aylar önce
It's mind bogging,they were brilliant
Robert Telarket
Robert Telarket 5 aylar önce
I watch this video over and over at least 20 times to date. It is extremely informative!!!
Mr. Reee
Mr. Reee 7 aylar önce
Despite all of our modern advances and its advantages I feel like we lost something along with it.
Jay Vanover
Jay Vanover 6 aylar önce
Yes. It's people losing what a true and real natural life is so its ruining the experience we should be having during this life. It also seems the further we get from a natural life the more prevalent mental illness seems to be. I'm almost certain there's a huge correlation between the two.
Mr. Reee
Mr. Reee 6 aylar önce
@Jay Vanover I agree.
Brad Miller
Brad Miller 6 aylar önce
I grew up in rural South America at this basic tech level. IT SUCKS.
غلط نام
غلط نام 4 aylar önce
The monastery bits were very interesting. Grandmothers maiden name on my fathers side is a word in another language that translates to abbot, so I guess minus the English accents, her family would’ve been above peasantry to an extent and were probably respected. That’s interesting to find out, as I knew almost nothing of monastic life or hierarchy.
Rusty Megowan
Rusty Megowan 7 gün önce
She probably did alright as long as she didn't run into any vikings looking to pillage the treasures of god lol
غلط نام
غلط نام 7 gün önce
Haha well her family was in Bohemia, well away from Vikings.
Andree Lux
Andree Lux 13 gün önce
What an extremely well done program! Bravo!
Danny Ruley
Danny Ruley 7 aylar önce
I thought it was funny how older women were allow to work in monasteries There wouldn't be an attractiveness toward the by the Monks? I think Ruth thought is was a hoot as well. Once again another wonderful monet in time brought alive by Ruth and The Boys, crews and directors. Great job People! Thank you!
nobody is perfect
nobody is perfect 8 aylar önce
such a great reanactment i wish we had more like those. Lucky if you are in Britain.
Evan Warrenchuk
Evan Warrenchuk 9 aylar önce
Love you all. Any more castle building videos from France. I really enjoyed those videos . All your videos you 3 do are awsome.
Kaptivus 9 aylar önce
This is by far one of my favorite series ever, and I'll always give a thumbs up vote to that! But... this is a very recycled series?
Shimry 6 aylar önce
spectacular work by all involved, including the Tudors
WinnyFoster 7 aylar önce
If modern society ever were to collapse, the people from all the historic farm shows are the people id like to surround myself with. You just know they would have the skills and knowledge to survive, if not thrive.
ѕloтн and вadger
ѕloтн and вadger 9 aylar önce
This documentary is the best I've seen ever. Just a question? How did those musicians at the bamquet in the monastry survive?
Toni B.
Toni B. 8 aylar önce
Don't quote me on this but I'm guessing tips...street musicians call it busking.
SafTGrl 3 aylar önce
Ruth is an amazing woman who can do anything!
Bente Knudsen
Bente Knudsen 7 aylar önce
Ruth is my hero, what she knows, and what she knows how to do is amazing. And I'm in love with one of her side kicks, not saying who. Great show
Frank Berger
Frank Berger 7 aylar önce
It's the pig, isn't it? :(
Bente Knudsen
Bente Knudsen 7 aylar önce
@Frank Berger always the handsome animal (:
Alix 6 aylar önce
Peter Guinn. I REALLY like him.
EchoGnome&Cal 5 aylar önce
I'd love to spend hours chatting with Ruth & learning from her :)
PigafettaLyon 8 aylar önce
I join the other commentators in praising this production, no matter how "succeeded" every exploit comes across compared to the likely truer picture of medieval live which must have been characterised by plenty of chance, and above all, bodily impairments. In this regard, I would have loved to learn about medieval "insurance schemes": how fared all those members of society who got ill, or, likely, suffered permanent bodily damage as a consequence of work accidents? Also, as a scientist, I'd like to alert the other members of the audience to the fact, that today, such a barley field is harvested in a minimum of time by the help of a diesel combustion engine. If you take the energy contained in the volume of diesel burnt for harvesting this field into account, it shaves off a whopping amount of the net energy obtained from growing that barley. The point I'm trying to make is: our current standard of living is largely based on the (unsustainable) combustion of fossil fuels, over the past 150 years, containing the energy of many millions of years of captured sunlight. All hail from "Europe" (from France in fact), by a hun.
animerlon 7 aylar önce
When Ruth served up the brewet, i had a good chuckle. It looked so grey & unappealing that it reminded me of something i once cooked. Note the word -once. Back in the 70s, when i began following a vegetarian diet, i did the research & read all the books to make sure i would be getting complete proteins. I scientifically concocted a veggie stew with just the right combo of beans & seeds for protein & a variety of veg for a balance of minerals & vitamins. I was very proud. Unfortunately, being from Trinidad, i decided to flavour it with tumeric, among other things. Taste-wise, it was marvelous, the unfortunate part was that i also threw in, at the last minute, a handful of red cabbage. The grey colour it turned into was more than off-putting. 😭 And of course, i had made a huge stock pot of it so i could freeze it. 😂 It did get eaten, it really was quite yummy, i just served it with the rice or bulgar covering it.
j harnden
j harnden 9 aylar önce
The effects of lead on local behavior back then? Some places in the US used to call them "dog holes", due to the small hand dug entrance. Colorado had lead and uranium small hole mines. Some towns have unshored coal holes below. Permanent fires and sink holes. The exposure effects looked on as being crabby.
Omar Castillo
Omar Castillo 4 aylar önce
😂💚lovely docu full of laughs and beautiful landscapes great history brave people greetings from Costa Rica
RebulK AshataN
RebulK AshataN Aylar önce
this is just GREAT thank you very much for DOING and documenting it 😘
IDCWhatUThink 8 aylar önce
I have watched everything you three have done. This is my favorite.
Cob 7 aylar önce
I wonder how dangerous these mines were and still are today?
Billy Two Knives
Billy Two Knives 8 aylar önce
Those wicker eel traps are pure genius.
maaingan 7 aylar önce
They were one of the earliest pastoral inventions of humankind, they are so old every single culture with access to fish have some version of the fish trap. Humans are the perfect engineer race
Azure Phoenix
Azure Phoenix 8 aylar önce
You know you watch too many BBC documentaries when you get extra excited for the "guest star" experts to appear.
Lulu Leisi
Lulu Leisi 7 aylar önce
This is like Tasles from the Green Valley but in Full HD. Amazing. I really like this channel.
Tabaxi Khajit
Tabaxi Khajit 6 aylar önce
I never get tired of Peter and Tom ribbing each other! :'D
Chris Martin
Chris Martin 26 gün önce
The guy making the eel trap spoke exactly how I imagine medieval villagers speak
Natalie Summers
Natalie Summers 9 aylar önce
I do wonder, im sure non land owners did still fish for eel and sneak fishing despite not having fishing rights. Humans have always broken rules when told not to
Debby Lou
Debby Lou 9 aylar önce
How to tell you live in todays world. You’d be amazed at how amazingly effective the death penalty is. We need to bring it back
scz 9 aylar önce
@Debby Lou it's literally not effective at all. It's horribly expensive, far more expensive than feeding housing and clothing someone for life in prison, and it's been proven by study after study to not be a deterrent against crime. The only thing it does is satisfy the vengeful superficial thoughts of those who can't think critically about the societal causes of crime and understand killing people who commit crime changes absolutely nothing.
firstcrazyunclecam 8 aylar önce
Ruth is absolutely wonderful
MisterBhodisattva 4 aylar önce
Fantastic documentary!
Alexis Bloodwood
Alexis Bloodwood 3 aylar önce
This seems like a really good way to disconnect from modern life, I'd probably enjoy it for a few days but the alcohol would be an issue for me. My medications don't allow me to drink alcohol so I'd probably have to boil water
makeeba barron
makeeba barron 2 aylar önce
I've always been fascinated with midevil times
Dackson Flux
Dackson Flux 9 aylar önce
I never understood seeing farmers seemingly pushing their pigs around like moving furniture.
Tim McIntyre
Tim McIntyre 9 aylar önce
Enjoyed the show. Was enjoyable to watch.
Robert R
Robert R 4 aylar önce
Takes some real balls to do this for a year
Fabio_Supreme 6 aylar önce
Literally one of my favorite videos I've ever watched
A Andrus
A Andrus 6 aylar önce
This was so interesting, I watched it twice.
RI Outboards
RI Outboards 4 aylar önce
im skeptical the rooms of the house were really that barron at the time. I imagine some people packing their places with useless junk, much like today. Winter is a long season with nothing to do but eat and drink:)
Linda Tullos
Linda Tullos 8 aylar önce
Lead was even known to affect health and mind back in Roman times.
William Feilhauer
William Feilhauer 6 aylar önce
The size of of the churches and techniques used to build them is incredible.
Varg Vikernes
Varg Vikernes 3 aylar önce
Is this narrated by Robyn Addison? I could just listen for hours! 😊
Brannon 7 aylar önce
amazing focus dedication and expertise is now a phenomenon. in the old days people harnessed their potential and maintained productivity on a daily individual basis. slacking off would be fatal
Jaydyn Burns
Jaydyn Burns 6 aylar önce
Every cell in my body wants this life.
Divine O
Divine O 9 aylar önce
wow, this was astonishing!!! 10/10, my adhd approves thank y’all!!
steve lauda
steve lauda 8 aylar önce
Great video, I loved it so much that I subscribed.
Geri Huginn
Geri Huginn 6 aylar önce
Kudos to the guy who stayed true to his hairstyle until the very last strand
Joe Mac
Joe Mac 9 gün önce
I can't imagine the amount of paperwork they had to sign to work with all that lead.
Kricket Langendoerfer
Kricket Langendoerfer 2 aylar önce
All b/c a King wanted to get divorced, which Roman Catholic Church doesn't believe in. He didn't only change the church to the Church of England, which doesn't follow Roman Catholic, he changed a whole society. I've never thought about how that change affected the ppl. I just thought some decided to change their religious beliefs & the ones who didn't went elsewhere, which is why the society broke down. Abandoned fields & such. Just amazing. 🐱🐱
She‘s Mongolian ASMR
She‘s Mongolian ASMR 9 aylar önce
Robert Telarket
Robert Telarket 5 aylar önce
This is unquestionably your best video!!!
Norefils 2 aylar önce
I love this series
Rafael López Montes
Rafael López Montes 9 aylar önce
Amazing documentary
Robert Telarket
Robert Telarket 9 aylar önce
Of course this video is composed of previous ones. My question which I may have posted previously is how the hell does she prevent the butter from melting without no refrigeration during Tudor times?!
Michi Melody
Michi Melody 9 aylar önce
You can actually put real butter out now in a container on your counter now and have it not melt or they would keep it in the larder which is a cooler room/cellar. My mom does it, it freaks my brain out because I'm so used to keeping butter cold but you can leave it out on the counter for quite a while, it's still good and it doesn't melt it's just soft to spread.
Bri 9 aylar önce
....because butter doesn't melt at room temp
Kille 8 aylar önce
Imagine you have a fired claybowl with a moat around the bottom of it, you keep the butter in the bowl and you also have a claylid that goes over the bowl and into the moat. The the clay will be wet from the water in the moat and the evaporation from the clay will keep the butter cool.
PaulLonden 7 aylar önce
@Michi Melody During meal times that would be no problem , but to store butter in almost liquid form (when temperatures might reach 24 degrees Celcius) seems not a good idea. That's why in those times it was made fresh every one or two days.
Michi Melody
Michi Melody 6 aylar önce
@PaulLonden It doesn't get that hot in our home to liquify it but I don't use it.
Radha K
Radha K 2 aylar önce
Amazing amazing amazing work by these wonderful historians
Antony gikaru
Antony gikaru Aylar önce
Very educational 😊...
Joel A.
Joel A. Aylar önce
Oh my word that dog in the boat was the cutest thing. Does anyone know what kind of dog that was?
Henrijs 5 aylar önce
camera obscura seems like advanced tech for that time. never knew such a technique existed :O
Patchwork Gardens
Patchwork Gardens 9 aylar önce
Lol the way she giggled after the eel guy said they're good at finding holes.
iamnodamsel1987 9 aylar önce
Tom: These are going to bring the house down Alchemist (Jack): I hope not 😂😂
Christian Freedom-Seeker
Christian Freedom-Seeker 3 aylar önce
They made a slight error. King Henry did NOT publish Bibles for common use. In fact, he envisioned the Church of England as a ruthlessly CATHOLIC institution. The first Englishman to TRANSLATE and PRINT the Holy Bible for the masses was burnt at the stake.....by the Church of England. His name was William Tyndale. The other was John Wycliffe. Both suffered horribly at the hands of the State Church.
Zeloš Miman
Zeloš Miman 9 aylar önce
1:45:09 - The distiller´s costume is really wonderful.
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