article from Colonial Williamsburg website journal, 2008 by Mary Miley Theobald photos by Dave Doody From Peasant Hut to royal palace, Europeans have for centuries decorated their homes and churches with greenery at Christmas. The tradition antedates the Christian era. Pagan societies like the Romans, the Celts, and the Norse observed Midwinter, the shortest … Continue reading
article contribution from irishcelticjewels.com Sweet with honey and spices, traditional Irish Mead can be an ideal choice for the sunny autumn days, and it’s such a fun recipe to try. Treat yourself to this medieval Gaelic beverage, which is best enjoyed in delicate, fluted glasses for a touch of Emerald Isle elegance. Authentic mead, which … Continue reading
Source: Here are 8 things you may not know about King Arthur!
Here’s a simplistic yet interesting way to hear a few different dialects and the regions they come from:
Originally posted on Scots Roots:
Not just the star of a Walt Disney film, Greyfriars Bobby was a Skye terrier in 19th century Edinburgh who became famous for guarding his master’s grave for 14 years. His owner was John Gray, a night watchman, who died and was buried in Greyfriars Kirkyard in 1858. Bobby spent…
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