Mercury syringe and field bandages found on board the Mary Rose. Apparently, the Tudor cure for syphilis was to inject mercury into your urethra. I *know* syphilis is bad, but... mercury. In your pee hole. No!
Queen Marie-Antoinette’s Bedchamber at Versailles. You can see, against the back wall, the monumental jewelry case she ordered. On the mantel, a bust of the Queen. Above the mirror, a portrait of Joseph II, her brother. Portraits of Louis XVI and Empress Maria Theresa (not visible here) also decorate the room.
Mary Rose Rosary Beads. The Mary Rose sank during the time when Henry VIII was banning Catholicism in England, but rosary beads weren't yet illegal. As the Mary Rose was the King's ship it's assumed that rosary beads were still in regular use at this time.