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Myths and Legends
The Girl Who Ate a Bug.
Strong two or four wheeled farming or goods vehicle usually horse-drawn, but sometimes pulled by a person.
1. A box for jewellery 2. A container
Large protected or fortified building or stronghold.
Large important church usually in a city.
Large pot in witches were meant to mix their spells.
A supporter of King Charles I in the English Civil War.
Soldiers who fight on horseback or in armoured vehicles.
Hollow in a rock or a hole in the ground.
Something belonging or related to the Celts, -a group of Western European people which included the ancient Britons and Gauls.
A rite or formal set of actions observed on a certain occasion.
A large goblet for holding wine, especially one from which Communion wine is drunk in Christian Services.
Part of a church near the alter, where the choir or clergy are usually situated.
1. A place of Christian worship other than a church or cathedral. 2. place for private worship in a larger building such as a cathedral.
Kindness or leniency shown to another person or group of people or goods or money provided for the benefit of others. Charitable people are prone to giving and helping others.
1. To bewitch or influence as if by magic. 2. A protective talisman or object kept for protection. 3. To captivate or delight.
A written document given to a person or group of people that usually outlines certain rights or privileges.
Deep fissure of hole.
Leader of a tribe, clan or group of people.
A record of events as they happened
A preson who records historical events in order of their occurrence.
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