By Susanna O'Neill
The county of Lincolnshire is a gorgeous mix of low-lying marshy fen land, modest hills and the steep valleys of the rolling Wolds; it's also domestic to a wealth of folklore, legend and intrigue. With the most attention-grabbing dialects within the state, this monstrous zone can also be wealthy in superstitions, songs and conventional video games. A examine of everyday life, lore and customs of Lincolnshire are the following interspersed with tales of vast black hounds, dragon lairs, witches, Tiddy Mun, mischievous imps and stories of the folk referred to as the Yellowbellies. This totally illustrated publication explores the orig. Read more...
Read Online or Download Folklore of Lincolnshire PDF
Best historical study & educational resources books
Jane Adams makes a speciality of the transformation of rural existence in Union County, Illinois, as she explores the ways that American farming has been skilled and understood within the 20th century. Reconstructing the histories of 7 farms, she locations the main points of everyday life in the context of political and monetary swap.
Utilized by over a million scholars, the USA: A Narrative heritage is without doubt one of the so much winning American background textbooks ever released. preserving the gains that experience continually distinctive this vintage text—lively and available narrative sort, a willing stability of political with social and cultural historical past, and unheard of value—the 7th variation introduces a very redesigned, full-color structure complemented by way of crowd pleasing maps and more advantageous pedagogy.
Written via greater than a hundred overseas students and specialists, this encyclopedia chronicles the members, apparatus, and drama of approximately a century of aerial wrestle. • greater than 900 A–Z entries 0 in at the first, the easiest, the worst, the quickest, the top, the newest• Contributions from a few a hundred best foreign experts―many with strive against event• Lavish set of illustrations with quite a few images together with the Mitsubishi G4M outfitted with the Okha suicide missile, the pink Baron, and the 1st all-female aircrew of the U.
Why do faith and technological know-how usually look in clash in America’s public sphere? In looking reliable Debate, Michael S. Evans examines the consequences from the first-ever research to mix large-scale empirical research of a few of our most popular faith and technology debates with in-depth study into what americans truly wish within the public sphere.
- The new encyclopedia of Southern culture. / Volume 2, Geography
- A Companion to Post-1945 America
- The Mysteries of the Marco Polo Maps
- The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History
- Historical atlas of Arkansas
- An Historical Atlas of Central Asia
Extra info for Folklore of Lincolnshire
His loyalties lay elsewhere and it is said he practised black magic in the tower of his residence. The local priest was irritating him and they had had a few arguments, one of which left Greenleaf with the desire for revenge. Using his black magic he brewed up a potion ‘which would destroy the souls of the infants which it touched’. He broke into the church and swapped the font water for his devilish creation, knowing there was to be a christening the next day. Little did he realise, however, that he was being observed – an angel appeared and commanded him to leave.
However, he apparently went too far when he captured the local priest’s daughter, Rowena. She was known throughout the district for her beauty and the Iceni were extremely angry when they heard she was being used as Valerian’s play thing. Rowena’s father, Mandru, called for a meeting of fellow priests at the temple of the sea god, and many of the oppressed tribesmen attended. All present had grievances with the Romans, and all were in favour when Mandru suggested a rebellion. Unfortunately, however, their meeting was stormed by Roman guards who killed many, and seven priests, including Mandru, were taken to Valerian’s palace and tortured.
When they went to grab it, however, the hare suddenly ran off into the woods with the boys in hot pursuit, completely forgetting their friend. When they eventually returned after losing the hare in the undergrowth, their friend was dead. Belief was that the hare was in fact the Devil in disguise that fateful day. After all, it was surmised, the Devil is the epitome of evil and desires to destroy anything that is good and pure. He was also said to have been seen frolicking round Church Hill at Dorrington one night as a white rabbit, before changing back into the figure of the Devil.
Folklore of Lincolnshire by Susanna O'Neill