Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Originally a threshold was a raised strip of wood or stone. It was placed at the entrance to rooms such as kitchens and pantries where rushes, often scented with herbs, were strewn on the floor – as a kind of temporary carpet. Once dirty or wet, they could easily be swept up and replaced. The rushes were known as thresh and without the threshold to hold them in place, would have been spread throughout the house.
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