Hungarian Bronze Age Twins |Rabbit Holes #Shorts
Today, we’re learning about a bronze age twin pregnancy from the Vatya culture in central Hungary, which dates to 2200-1450 BCE (the early and middle Hungarian bronze age). In the Vatya culture, human remains were cremated and then interred in urns alongside simple grave goods. At urnfield cemetery, gravesite 241 stood out to researchers because…
The Byrth of Mankynde, 1540 | Book History
Learn more about the first book in English on pregnancy, birth, and newborn care: The Byrth of Mankynde, 1540.
Humoral Medicine | Pregnancy, Birth, and Breastfeeding in the Middle Ages
Learn about the humoral theory and it’s ideas about pregnancy, birth, and infant care including breastfeeding.