- The strigil
(Gr****: στλεγγίς) is a tool for the cleansing
of the body by s****ing off dirt, perspiration, and oil that was applied before bathing
- from his body with the small curved instrument
that the Romans called
. The most renowned Apoxyomenos
in Cl****ical Antiquity
was that of Lysippos...
oil to cleanse themselves
it to their bodies
the excess. This was sometimes
left on the floor
for the slaves...
Soap shaker Sonic
soot blowers Sponge
(material) Squeegee Steam
mop Strigil Swiffer Tawashi
Thor washing machine Tongue cleaner
Turk's head brush
- oil into the skin and then s****e away both the oil and any dirt with a strigil
. The Gauls
used soap made from animal
of Panopolis, circa...
and dust from his body with the small curved instrument called
the Croatian Apoxyomenos
from the sea in 1999, it was...
or the skin. Another ancient device
is a strigil
, used by Gr****s and Romans
in the bath. Archaeologically there
is no precedent...
- (where oils were m****aged into the skin and s****ed from the body with a strigil
), ball court, or outdoor swimming
was very important
for the athletes. First, they used the strigil
to s****e the oils and dust off their
bodies. Then,they were m****aged to...
- "because the s****ings, which
the Argonauts formed
when they used their strigils
congealed, the pebbles
on the s**** remain variegated still