A flush toilet is a toilet that disposes of human excreta (urine and feces), by using
water to flush ...... Contrary to popular legend, Sir Thomas Crapper did not invent
the flush toilet. He was, ho...
May 19, 2015 ... The centerpiece of today's modern bathroom, the flush toilet has equal roots in
ancient sanitation practices, Elizabethan politics and Indus...
The first first flush toilet was invented in 1775. ... Modern toilets consist of a bowl
fitted with a hinged seat and are connected to a waste pipe where waste is ...
Although widely and erroneously credited to 19th-century British plumber
Thomas Crapper, the modern flush toilet was actually invented in 1596 by Sir
Read about the History of the Flush Toilet, by: Maureen K. Francis. ... The belief
that Thomas Crapper invented the first patented flushing water closet is untrue .
Sep 7, 2010 ... Wrong! Crapper's crapper is one of the world's most famous potties, but
incorrectly so. While Thomas Crapper did not invent the flushing toilet, ...
Sep 14, 2009 ... While Thomas Crapper is commonly given credit for inventing the first flushing
toilet in the late 1800s, the first version can actually be traced ...
A history of the toilet from the most primitive privy to the flush toilet.
History of events that occurred between 2800 BC and 1900 AD in Crete and
England that resulted in the creation of the modern flushing toilet.
"The assumption that Crapper invented the flushing toilet in untrue. The device
was created by Sir John Harington, a courtier of Elizabeth I, who had a 'john' built