Why did sailors sometimes carry cauls?
A caul is part of the amnion or membranes that sometimes cover the head of a child at birth. Many superstitious sailors believed that a newborn child’s caul would protect them against drowning. This belief was still practiced up to the early years of the 20th century. (Source: Oxfordcompanion to ships and the sea).
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- Why did sailors sometimes carry cauls?