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Myths and Legends
Myth of the Peacock's Tail
Heathen or unenlightened person engaging in festivals or rituals previously thought to be unenlightened.
1. Pilgrim returning from the holy land with palm branch or leaf. 2. Travelling monk under a vow of poverty.
The assembly that makes a countries laws.
Those who supported Cromwell during the English Civil War in the 17th Century.
Very small pieces.
1. Foot way or tract. 2. Way forward (such as in finding the right path).
A person whose job it is to patrol - travel regularly over an area in order to guard it.
Travelling seller of small wares usually carried in a pack.
British bronze coin.
Bewilder, puzzle or confuse.
Be continually cruel to somebody, especially because you disagree with his or her beliefs.
1. An apparition or spectre 2 .A form without substance or reality mental illusion
A thing that occurs over which the cause is in question.
A pilgrim's journey.
A person who journeys to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion.
Carry off goods using force, especially in war.
A person on a ship who attacks and robs other ships or places on the coastline.
Natural or manmade whole in the ground, often made by extracting material.
Supernatural being akin to a fairy.
1. To rob a person or place by force, especially during war. 2. The goods that have been carried off by force.
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