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What holidays would be on a European-centric calendar from the 11th - 13th Centuries?
I've often come across readings that mentioned there were numerous holidays in calendars in use within the Christian Churches or Church controlled lands, with work stopping on worship days, feast days ...
Aug 31 '12 at 19:29
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