How Did the Roman Keep Clean?


The Romans kept themselves clean by taking hot baths everyday to scrap off the dead skin. They also covered their bodies with oil to loosen the dirt and then they would scrape the oil plus the dirt off with a curved metal tool.
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The Romans kept clean by being bathed every time by slaves. Slaves would rub the bathers with olive oil then scrape it off with a special scraper that used to be called a striggi. Men and women kept clean by visit the baths every day.
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