Aqua Tofana

Aqua Tofana was a poisonous liquid, invented by Teofania di Adamo. After her death in 1633 her daughter, Giulia Tofana, sold the liquid at Rome and Naples in vials under the title 'Manna of St Nicholas of Bari'. It was a clear, colourless, tasteless liquid of which only a very small quantity was sufficient to produce death under symptoms which did ...
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Aqua Tofana

Aqua Tofana (also known as Acqua Toffana, Aqua Tophana, and Aqua Tufania and `Manna di San Nicola`) was a strong poison that was reputedly widely used in Naples and Rome, Italy. During the early 17th century Giulia Tofana, or Tofania, an infamous lady from Palermo, made a good business for over fifty years selling her large production (she emplo.....
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