Historical use of various 'Aloe' species by humans is well documented.
This use was first documented by the Spanish in 1582.
The use of disguises is common and well documented.
For this reason their use is not heavily documented in the media.
This use is documented since at least the 18th century.
While sports psychology began to be studied around the 1920s, the study and use of hypnosis was not documented until the 1950s.
The use of the English name, Rockfield, is first documented in 1566.
Their use among insects has been particularly well documented.
In Scotland, their medieval and post-medieval use is also documented into the early 18th century.
Its use has been documented at least as far back as 1979, the year after they were implemented.