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The Medieval Christmas

Author : Sophie Jackson
ISBN : 0750954671
Genre : History
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Explores the customs of Christmas that were practiced in or which originate from the Medieval period as well as advice on how to recreate some of them.
Category: History

A Medieval Christmas

Author : Ignatius Press
ISBN : 0898709911
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

A Medieval Christmas Gr 4 6

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ISBN : 9781770725959
Genre : Education
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Turn your classroom into a great hall and celebrate Christmas with your students, medieval style. Includes information cards with follow-up activities focus on Christmas in the Middle Ages, Mumming, Medieval Traditions, St. George and the Dragon, a Christmas Feast in the Middle Ages and Saint Nicholas. Students are asked to compare a Medieval Christmas to a modern-day Christmas.
Category: Education

All Things Medieval An Encyclopedia Of The Medieval World 2 Volumes

Author : Ruth A Johnston
ISBN : 9780313364631
Genre : History
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This insightful survey of the "things" of medieval Europe allows modern readers to understand what they looked like, what they were made of, how they were created, and how they were used. • Provides information on a comprehensive range of topics from agriculture to zoos, and also includes books, castles, minstrels, clothing and universities • Provides bibliographic lists of suggested reading following each entry, with a full bibliography at the end • Appropriate for both high school and lower-level undergraduate students
Category: History

A Medieval Christmas

Author : William Tyndale
ISBN : 0711210578
Genre : Religion
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The Christmas story is recreated here in all its medieval majesty, from the deep blues and greens and rich reds of Horenbout's Nativity, to the marvelously detailed Annunciation to the Shepherds by the Master of the Duke of Bedford. The text is taken from William Tyndale's New Testament translation and is illustrated using illuminated manuscripts from the collection of the British Library. With a pictorial index at the end of the book to provide details about the manuscripts and illustrators, this is a Christmas gift to be treasured by young and old alike.
Category: Religion

A Medieval Christmas

Author : Lane McFarland
ISBN : 1086326369
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Morna MacAndrew yearns for her kindred spirit in a man, one she could cherish, and a wee bairn of her own. During a Scottish Yuletide holiday with family and friends, she discovers the man of her dreams. Her hopes are shattered when her brother, Laird Magnus MacAndrew, forbids their union. Her alliance-seeking brother would bend her to his will and attach her to a man she does not love to provide a strategic alliance for the good of her clan and for all of Scotland during a turbulent time. Kendrick Douglas, a seasoned warrior and would-be laird, on his way back to his clan after many years apart, finds a woman unlike all others, one that stirs his heart. But, because of Kendrick's qualms about one day being laird, Morna's brother is unaware of his lofty standing and is unable to see the possibilities their marriage could bring. Can they convince Laird MacAndrew to let them follow their hearts?
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The Feast Of Christmas

Author : Joseph F. Kelly
ISBN : 9780814639320
Genre : Religion
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Many Christians struggle to balance the religious and secular elements of Christmas, but the history of the feast shows that this is nothing new. The religious Christmas has changed over the centuries and, contrary to many critics, is thriving today. This brief, accessible account will explain that: The first Christians did not celebrate Christmas at al. The earliest mention of the feast occurs in the fourth century. In the Middle Ages Christmas moved into northern Europe where it became a major winter festival, competing with the pagan Yule. During the sixteenth century some Christians objected to Christmas because they claimed it had no biblical foundation. In England and New England the Puritans made it a crime to celebrate it! The modern secular Christmas arose in the nineteenth century, but the religious Christmas continued to grow in popularity and meshed well with the developing emphasis on Christmas as a day for family and friends. In today's world, rampant consumerism threatens the religious Christmas, but it continues not only to survive but to flourish, taking on new life and new forms. By tracing these and other aspects of the religious celebration of Christmas through the centuries, Joseph F. Kelly does much more than provide us with interesting facts. He reassures us that though the religious Christmas may not be in its traditional form, it is indeed alive and well, and has a bright and promising future. Joseph F. Kelly, PhD, is professor of religious studies at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is author of The Origins of Christmas, An Introduction to the New Testament for Catholics, The Collegeville Church History Timeline, The Birth of Jesus According to the Gospels, and The Ecumenical Councils of the Catholic Church, al published by Liturgical Press.
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The Medieval Boy Bishops

Author : Neil Mackenzie
ISBN : 9781780880082
Genre : Boy bishops
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In the mid-seventeenth century, clergyman John Gregory made a surprise discovery in Salisbury Cathedral that began to reveal the truth of the Boy Bishops. The Boy Bishops of the Middle Ages, following widespread and popular custom, supplanted the true bishops in their cathedrals for a period of time during the Christmas season.This strange and largely forgotten tradition, stretching from the early Middle Ages to the present day, gives a fascinating insight into the medieval world and its legacy. Elected by their fellows, these Boy Bishops exercised their power in cathedrals, churches and beyond, right across Europe. They controlled services, directed the clergy, enjoyed lavish entertainment, went on visitations to great noble and religious houses and received huge sums of money. However, the topsy-turvy reign of a Boy Bishop was often accompanied by bitter eclesiastical arguments, violence, civil unrest and even murder. It is a little-known fact that the Boy Bishop tradition is still alive today.The Medieval Boy Bishops will appeal to those interested in religious history, the peculiarities of the medieval world and the place of children in society. Author Neil was inspired to write the book by his passion for English literature and history. “I was fascinated by the idea of Boy Bishops,” says Neil. “I’m trying to bring back to life a largely forgotten corner of medieval history.” This book will revive interest in a fascinating but neglected area of medieval history in the same way as books such as A Very English Deceit, Longitude and The Mechanical Turk have done for more recent history.
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