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The red, white, and blue barber pole was a symbol when barbers used to perform medical procedures. The white and red stripes represented bandages and blood, while the blue stripes represented veins.
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The word "barber" comes from the Latin word "barba". The meaning of "barba" is "beard".
In ancient Egypt barbers were prosperous and highly respected. Papyrus and monuments show that the Egyptians shaved their beards and heads. Egyptian priests even went so far as to shave their entire body every third day. At that time barbers carried their tools in open baskets, and their razors were shaped like small hatchets with curved handles.
Barbers were unknown in ancient Rome until 296 BC, when Ticinius Mena came to Rome from Sicily and introduced shaving. Shaving became the fashion, and barbers shops became the gathering places for Roman dandies. No people were better patrons of the barbers than the Romans. They often devoted several hours per day to tonsorial operations, including shaving, hair cutting, hairdressing, massaging and manicuring. The great ladies of Rome always had a hairdresser among their slaves, and the rich nobles had private barbers.