The bizarre social history of the bed: How it went from a shared sleeping space to personal sanctuary
While the structure of the bed has remained remarkably consistent, it's social history is bizzare and evolving. For most of human history, beds weren't private sanctuaries but shared public spaces, something replicated, in part, by technology today.
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