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Myths and Legends
The Fiddler, the Alchemist and the Black Monk
Head of an abbey of nuns
Building in which Monks or Nuns live, run by an abbot or abbess
Head of an abbey of monks
Original Greek or Roman name for Britain
Someone who studies or practises alchemy - an early form of chemistry.
Early form of chemistry, the chief aim of which was to turn ordinary metals into gold or silver
Foreign or from another world/place
Table, stone or similar structure for placing offerings in a religious ceremony
Belonging to a previous generation from whom a person is descended
1. Belonging to times long past 2. Very old
1. Devine attendant or messenger from god 2. Very kind or beautiful person
Behaving like an angel - behaving with goodness
A or ghost or something strange that appears
A pointed stick to be shot from a bow. Arrows in myths can be golden or often have symbolic meaning
An object made by humans, often refers to an ancient or very old object studies by archaeologists.
Connected to the legends of King Arthur or his knights.
The day in the Christian calendar (40 days after the resurrection), when Christ was believed to have risen (or ascended) to heaven.
A session held at regular periods in England and Wales, in each county, for the administrating of justice
A person who studies the stars and their movements
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