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Something is rotten in the state of Denmark, wrote Shakespeare in Hamlet. And there’s something to it.

Poop still stinks after 700 years.

Barrels from a 14th-century latrine have been discovered in Odense, birthplace of the famous writer Hans Christian Andersen.

The barrel and its reeking contents are in excellent condition.

Through this content it is now known what people mainly ate. Namely, berries.

Moreover, it is now clear what they wiped their asses with. In the barrels were pieces of moss, pieces of leather and pieces of cloth.

The barrels were probably “recycled”. Before they were used to transport fish and other food before being converted into baths.