If you’ve ever been called “four eyes”, you’re going to love this latest episode of The Book Owl Podcast that shows just how fascinating glasses really are…no matter what that jerk bully told you in second grade!
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Hello Book Nerds! It’s Episode 8 and this time we’re taking a peek at the amazing combination of historical events that turned eyeglasses from a luxury item used only by the wealthy to a household commodity. From imprisoned Venetians to curing syphilis, the history of eyeglasses is more intriguing than it might seem at first […]
via The History of Eyeglasses: What Venice, Monks, and Syphilis Have to Do with Seeing Clearly — The Book Owl Podcast
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2 thoughts on “The History of Eyeglasses: What Venice, Monks, and Syphilis Have to Do with Seeing Clearly — The Book Owl Podcast”
I look forward to this episode! They have all been wonderful so far!
Aw, thanks Tierney!!
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