The strigil is a tool for the cleansing of the body by scraping off dirt, perspiration,
and oil that were applied before bathing. In Ancient Greek and Roman cultures
the strigil was primarily of use...
Nov 3, 2010 ... Strigils are a common bath instrument used in ancient Rome. Dry skin brushing
helps with exfoliation, but I suspect a strigil would be a more ...
This is a strange instrument – like a blunt hooked brass knife. It is called a strigil
and similar tools would have been used by ancient Romans to scrape dirt and ...
A strigil is a tool which is designed to scrape the skin after bathing, exercising, or
taking a sauna. Strigils were used in both Ancient Greece and Rome, as well as ...
Nov 21, 2012 ... A strigil is just a dull blade, curved to get at all those curvy bits of the body. Here's
a visual from an English archeologist who got very into ...
Ancient Greeks and Romans applied oil to the skin and used a dull, metal tool,
known as a strigil, to scrape off all the dirt and extra oil. They probably didn't know
Then, they used a curved metal scraper called a strigil to scrape of this "muck",
which would take the dirt and grime that had accumulated on the skin along with
Jun 2, 2014 ... They did however use the strigil: a small, curved, metal tool used by both the
Greeks and the Romans to scrape off dirt and dead skin.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=What Is A Strigil Used For&v=2oAFaK3lgzo
Apr 3, 2006 ... An animation I made for a Latin project in 8th grade.
www.thefreedictionary.com/Strigil and oil bottles
An instrument used in ancient Greece and Rome for scraping the skin after a bath
. n 1. a curved blade used by the ancient Romans and Greeks to scrape the...