The first flush toilet was invented by Sir John Harrington in the 16th century.
History. Further information: History of water supply and sanitation.
Jun 20, 2014 ... From Turrets to Toilets: A Partial History of the Throne Room ... Before that, the “
toilet” was a motley collection of communal outhouses, chamber ...
Nov 19, 2009 ... In case you didn't know (and honestly, why would you?), Nov. 19 is World Toilet
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They built simple outhouses or latrines directly over the running waters of the sewers that poured into the Tiber River
Chamber pots were used during the middle ages. In 1879, the Scott Paper Company began selling the first toilet
paper on a roll, however, toilet
paper... More »
In the ancient world people were capable of designing quite sophisticated toilets.
Stone age farmers lived in a village at Skara Brae in the Orkney islands.
Forget about skyscrapers, protected harbors or capital markets. The lowly toilet is
key to what makes modern cities possible.
In the span of 100 years, the bathroom has evolved from a novelty into an
universal residential fixture. Read the VictoriaPlum.com history of toilets here.
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