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Medicine and Sanitation in Medieval Towns
One of the principal areas of concern and focus for management was the water supply. Water was of course one of the most important resources for a community. The sitting of settlements was influenced strongly by proximity to water. Whether coastal or inland, the commercial activities of most towns relied heavily on water transportation, and so the navigability of rivers or harbors had to be assured. Water contributed to the protection of the community, whether it was through the natural barrier of a river itself, or in ditches or castle moats, or to help with fire-fighting. …
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