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If you have a disease your limbs get cut off to let the bad blood out! BLOOD LETTING
In the Tudors doctors would put leeches on you skin to suck the bad blood out or disease! LEECHES
If you were a witch you went to the ducking stool If you float you were a witch if you sink your innocent Ducking STOOL
At the stake you would be tied to a big log And be burnt alive!! Burnt at stake!
IF you were found drunk on the streets you would be put in a barrel called the drunkards cloak. you would stay in it for a month. DrunkARD’S cloak
In the Tudor times a lot and a lot of people were very poor! THE POOR
If you were rich you went to school and had a good life. You got lots of food and sugar. The rich
Only the rich people got into school.And they were all boys. The girls either stayed at home and helped with the housework or went out to get money for the family. school
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