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Would you like to what the sixteenth century like? A team of researchers is to find out. Scientists, historians and experts in smells have on a $3.3 million project to and even recreate the aromas that filled the air between the 16th and early 20th centuries. The project is called "Odeuropa: Negotiating Olfactory and Sensory Experiences in Cultural Heritage Practice and Research". The goal is to an online encyclopaedia of smells, including biographies of distinct odours that specific to past times. The website will insights into the emotions by the smells in bygone centuries and the places with certain scents.

The project website says: "Smells our experience of the world, yet we very little sensory information about the past." It a series of questions it hopes researchers will answer. These are: "What are the key scents...that have shaped our cultures? How can we sensory data from large-scale digital text and image collections? How can we smell in all its facets in a database? How should we our olfactory heritage? And - Why should we?" Team leader Dr William Tullett wants people to aware of an array of smells, pleasant and unpleasant. He said: "We are to people to both the foul and the fragrant elements of Europe’s olfactory past."

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