Tudor True or False - Primary Resources

Tudor True or False - Primary Resources

Tudor True or False 1. Girls could marry at the age of 12. True But they still had to live with their parents until they were 16!

2. People deliberately made their teeth look black. True Do you know why? Because they knew sugar made your teeth go black and sugar was REALLY expensive. So they made their teeth

black because they wanted people to think they were rich! 3. If someone was ill, the Tudor doctors made sure they did not have any cuts so no one could catch their disease. False

The Tudors thought that illness was caused by too much blood in the body. So if someone was ill, they would cut them and squeeze some blood out! 4. Children were not allowed to drink alcohol, even in Tudor times.

False Everyone drank lots of beer, even children, because it was safer to drink than dirty water! 5. People used to go to the toilet at the same time. True Tudor toilets were called privies and

some of them were built so that 6 people could go to the toilet at once! 6. Tudor people had baths once a month. False People thought washing in water was unhealthy (which it was in the sewer water they used!) so they just wore

strong perfume to cover up their disgusting smell! 7. Tudors loved gambling. True Henry VIII loved gambling so much that in 3 years he managed to lose 3242 when most people earned 5p

a week.

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