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Clean '''water''' is essential to life. Part of the reason why cities in the [[Middle Ages]] could only grow to a certain size was the lack of water purification.
 
Clean '''water''' is essential to life. Part of the reason why cities in the [[Middle Ages]] could only grow to a certain size was the lack of water purification.
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The lack of clean, available water also caused great problems with most armies on the march - many soldiers dying of nasty dieases due to drinking unclean water (it being the only available source).

Revision as of 21:12, 13 August 2003

Clean water is essential to life. Part of the reason why cities in the Middle Ages could only grow to a certain size was the lack of water purification.

The lack of clean, available water also caused great problems with most armies on the march - many soldiers dying of nasty dieases due to drinking unclean water (it being the only available source).