Medieval Holidays and Festivals: A Calendar of Celebrations
Describes customs and activities associated with twelve medieval holidays and festivals, from Twelfth Night through Midsummer Eve and Halloween to Christmas. Also includes recipes and instructions for making banners, decorations, and costumes.
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The Glories of Medieval Celebration
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