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  • The Significance of the Celtic Cross  By : Warren Wong
    There are many places in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland where you will see large numbers of Celtic crosses. Many people confuse the Celtic cross with the High Cross and the Irish Memorial Cross, but it is completely different. The image of this cross is that of a conventional Latin cross with a circle connecting the stem and the arms. One usually associates this as a symbol of the Irish missionaries, but since they are found in England, Scotland and Wales as well as Ireland, it
  • The Militare Ordine di Collare di Sant'Agata dei Paterṇ  By : Gen Wright
    Chivalry conferred by their family". The Court of Appeal in Pistoia on 5th June 1964 specifically tried the question if this Order violates the Italian law nr 178 from 1951
  • The Order of the Collar of Saint Agatha - Part III  By : Gen Wright
    Following the much sought after conquest of the island of Minorca, by Alfonso III in the year 1288, a small number of very prominent military men were bestowed with the dignified rank of knight by the King
  • The Order of the Collar of Saint Agatha - Part II  By : Gen Wright
    James I, also known as "James the Conqueror" lived between February 2nd 1208 and July 27th 1276. He was the King of Aragon, the Count of Barcelona, and the Lord of Montpellier between the years 1213 and 1276
  • The Order of the Collar of Saint Agatha - Part IV  By : Gen Wright
    Saint Agatha of Sicily, whose death is traditionally said to have taken place in the year 251, Saint Agatha is regarded as a Christian Saint whose memorial is commemorated on the 5th of February of each year
  • The Order of the Collar of Saint Agatha - Part V  By : Gen Wright
    The Knights which belonged to the great orders during the Middle Ages were regarded by the Church in a manner analogous to those monks whose three vows they professed and whose immunities they shared.
  • The Order of the Collar of Saint Agatha  By : Gen Wright
    The term chivalry is the general term used to describe the system of knights which flourished during the of the middle ages
  • Choosing a Renaissance Costume - Five Tips To Make It Easier  By : Steven Beckerman
    For anyone who's attending a Renaissance or Medieval faire, the fun can be increased by having your own costume. Wearing street clothes to a faire is completely acceptable, but it often makes people feel as though they're only tourists, watching what's going on but never participating. A costume, or "garb" of your own can make you really feel like you fit in.
  • When we think of Medieval food we tend to think of bland foods such as porridge and gruel and turnip  By : karansingh
    When we think of Medieval food we tend to think of bland foods such as porridge and gruel and turnips, lots of turnips, all washed down with plenty of ale or mead. And whilst this image is, to an extent, correct a lot of what we envisage is influenced by the movies. What must be remembered is that the Medieval age extends from the 5th to the 16th centuries. Essentially from the fall of Rome to the

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