History Of The Toilet

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Noah Walker. 3/25/2015. 2500 BC: . Earliest . known indoor . toilets. Toilets. , which do not flush, empty into a brick-lined sewer system. Going inside . 1500 . BC. : . Install the . world's first flush . ID: 419310 Download Presentation

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History Of The Toilet

Noah Walker. 3/25/2015. 2500 BC: . Earliest . known indoor . toilets. Toilets. , which do not flush, empty into a brick-lined sewer system. Going inside . 1500 . BC. : . Install the . world's first flush .

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History Of The Toilet

Noah Walker3/25/2015

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2500 BC: Earliest known indoor toiletsToilets, which do not flush, empty into a brick-lined sewer system

Going inside

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1500 BC: Install the world's first flush toiletTankful of rainwater is released into the bowl and washes doings down clay pipes

Royal Flush

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800 BC: Construction of the Cloaca MaximaAs many as 11,000 seats are lined up in rectangular rooms along stone henches

Really Public Bathrooms

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1300 AD: Europeans doing business in outhouses, tiny sheds with a seat built over a deep hole in the groundOuthouse-cleaner Richard Raker meets an unpleasant end

This Job is the Pits

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1500s:European city dwellers relieve themselves indoors in a bowl called a chamber pot

Heads Up

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1857: Joseph Gayetty of New York introduces toilet paper

A Charmin’ Idea

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1672: Library can buy a fancy chamber pot disguised as a stack of books

Bathroom Reading

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1775: Modern flush toilet is-finally born

Stop Making Scents

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1885:Thomas Twyford introduces the Unitas, the first one piece, all-ceramic toilet

Sculptured Seats

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1999:Matsushita Electronic Industrial Company previews a toilet that's smarter Toilet scientists expect pot to be on the market soon

Minding Your Business

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