Elizabethan Medicine and Illness Quiz

Medicine was very important in the Elizabethan Era. The unsanitary environment in the era made living a healthhy life even harder that it already was. Medical treatments were very basic.

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Created by: Taylor

  1. True or False? The Bubonic Plague is no longer around.
  2. Blackened teeth was fashionable during the Elizabethan Era.
  3. The social class of healers from least important to most important:
  4. ____________ could lead to heart attacks.
  5. Physician William Harvey studied circulation of blood in ______.
  6. "Anatomical" most nearly means:
  7. True or False? People in the lower class of the Elizabethan Era took only two to three baths a year.
  8. True or False? When doctors didn't know how to treat something, they pretended to know how to help and cure the patient.
  9. True or False? One gold coin is worth 20 shillings.
  10. The Bubonic Plague, also know as "Black Death", killed an estimated ____________ people.

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