Medicine in 17th century Britain - A leather outfit worn by a doctor or surgeon when treating or visiting patients with dangerous conditions such as the plague. The 'beak' was filled with herbs which they believed would protect them from breathing in 'ill humours'

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Medicine in 17th century Britain - A leather outfit worn by a doctor or surgeon when treating or visiting patients with dangerous conditions such as the plague. The 'beak' was filled with herbs which they believed would protect them from breathing in 'ill humours'
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