Here we found congregated all those who dwelt in our section of the valley; and here we bathed
The daughter of Polycrates, dreamed that Jupiter bathed
her father, and Apollo anointed him; and it came to pass, that he was crucified in an open place, where the sun made his body run with sweat, and the rain washed it.
They ran to get dry, they bathed
to get cool, they played at being Indians in the willow-herbs and in the bracken, they bathed
to get clean.
There was a little stream that ran not far away, in which he bathed
, and down this on occasion would come a shoal of fish.
He was flushed and bathed
in perspiration, though the room was not hot.
Fed well, bathed
well, exercised well, he never knew a moment of freedom.
He removed his shaggy boots and his shaggy clothing, and bathed
in the pool with rare enjoyment.
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They also thought it would be useful with residents "on precautions" for contagious conditions, such as skin infections, because they could be bathed
without leaving their own rooms.
The resident is typically transferred onto the stretcher while still in his or her room and transported to the bathing facility, bathed
and then returned to the room having never left the stretcher.
It wasn't until the early 1900s that many people knew that keeping clean helped eliminate germs, and most people bathed
at least once a week.